Pablo Picasso. Portrait of Olga in a Fur Collar (Portrait d'Olga au col de fourrure). 1923, printed 1955

Pablo Picasso Portrait of Olga in a Fur Collar (Portrait d'Olga au col de fourrure) 1923, printed 1955

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Picasso met Olga Khokhlova, a ballerina, in 1917. They married in 1918, and she was the muse of his Neoclassical period. The couple had a son in 1921. They separated in 1935, but never divorced. This is one of very few printed representations of Olga Picasso.

Gallery label from Picasso: Variations and Themes, March 28–September 30, 2010.
plate: 19 1/2 x 19 7/16" (49.5 x 49.3 cm); sheet: 30 1/16 x 22 1/4" (76.3 x 56.5 cm)
Lacourière, Paris
approx. 7 proofs of this state
Sue and Edgar Wachenheim III Fund; General Print Fund; Jerry I. Speyer in honor of Edgar Wachenheim III; Agnes Gund; Nelson Blitz, Jr. with Catherine Woodard and Perri and Allison Blitz, in honor of Riva Castleman's 80th birthday; Mary M. and Sash A. Spencer; The Orentreich Family Foundation in honor of Deborah Wye; Linda Barth Goldstein in honor of Deborah Wye; Sharon Percy Rockefeller; Maud and Jeffrey Welles in honor of Deborah Wye; and Roxanne H. Frank
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© 2021 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
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