Ancient Sculpture Gallery

Pablo Picasso Sculpture

Made of stone resin

Finish: Bronze Finish

Dimensions: 10" (25 cm)

Item No. Y046

Art Institute of Chicago

Period: 20th Century Art

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Pablo Picasso Sculpture
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Picasso Sculpture. Famous cubist artist Pablo Picasso created a 50-foot, 162-ton sculpture for the city of Chicago. Commissioned in 1963 by the Richard J. Daley Center and dedicated in 1967, the scultpure cost over $300,000 dollars to create, though Picasso turned down any money offered to him, claiming the sculpture was a gift to the city. Though Picasso never explained the meaning behind the structure, many artists have been inspired by this work. This maquette was created by Picasso in 1965 as a model for the final larger structure. It can be seen at the Art Institute of Chicago.


Stone resin is a mixture of crashed stone particles and resin, giving a strong durable strenght to the sculpture


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