Pablo Picasso’s seated woman in Blue Dress sold for $45m
Picasso’s Seated Woman in Blue Dress sells for $45m
Who can say he does not know the great artist Pablo Picasso, the greatest artist of the 20th century. One of the masterpieces of Pablo Picasso seated woman in blue dress sold out in the auction at New York. It sold at $45m (£35m).
Femme Assise, Robe Bleu (Seated-Woman in Blue Dress) demonstrates one of his many lovers, Dora Maar.
Nazi-seized the portrait during the World War 2, but later resilient French fighters intercepted it on the way from Paris to Moravia.
Earlier in 2015, Woman of Algiers of Picasso sold at cost $179 million for multiple charity purposes. It holds the record of the high cost of any picture.
About six years ago a US collector bought the seated woman for $26 million.
Pablo Picasso painted seated-woman in 1939, after his intense relationships with Dora. At that time he Pablo was 58 and Dora 31.
Indeed it is a masterpiece of Pablo’s middle life, inspired by love and passion.
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