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Picasso © The Dream Original Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Lost Wax Bronze Statue, Sculpture by Castaño

$2,499.00 $1,500.00

The Dream is a highly polished Bronze Sculpture bearing Picasso’s signature cast in gold on the bronze. It was created in the superior lost wax casting process and inspired by Picasso’s Painting. It is a limited Edition of 100 castings. The approximate size is 18″H x 15″L x 14″W. It is individually numbered and signed by the contemporary sculptor Guillermo Castaño with copyright stamp and date. This sculpture is finished in beautiful dark brown and gold Patinas and mounted on a fine black and white “Oreo” marble base.

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The Dream is a highly polished Bronze Sculpture bearing Picasso’s signature cast in gold on the bronze. It was created in the superior lost wax casting process and inspired by Picasso’s Painting. It is a limited Edition of 100 castings. The approximate size is 18″H x 15″L x 14″W. It is individually numbered and signed by the contemporary sculptor Guillermo Castaño with copyright stamp and date. This sculpture is finished in beautiful dark brown and gold Patinas and mounted on a fine black and white “Oreo” marble base.

Pablo Ruiz Picasso born (1881-1973) was a Spanish painter and sculptor. He is considered one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. His full name was Pablo Diego Jose Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Maria de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santisima Trinidad Clito Ruiz y Picasso. He is best known as the co-founder of cubism. Cubism is when the artist breaks up objects and re-assembles them in abstract and geometric form. Pablo Picasso created over 20,000 pictures. Picasso could draw and paint when he was very young. His first word was lapiz, the Spanish word for pencil. Perhaps his most famous painting is Guernica which shows the horrors of war after the bombing of the town of Guernica. He was 90 years old when a number of his works were shown in an exhibition at the Louvre in Paris. He was the first living artist to have an exhibition at the Louvre. Picasso had four children with three women. He died of heart failure in 1973. Be one of the first to make a purchase and acquire a low numbered edition, once they are all gone, and the mold is destroyed, it will be a great investment in modern/contemporary art!

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