Robert CapaPablo Picasso, dans la chambre Grands Augustins, 1944

£5,500

Silver gelatin print, printed circa 1944

6 1/2 x 7 inches

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Robert Capa, 'Pablo Picasso, dans la chambre Grands Augustins'

Silver gelatin print, printed circa 1944

6 1/2 x 7 inches

Print

This rare silver gelatin print depicts Pablo Picasso with one of his dogs, standing in his Parisian studio on Rue des Grands Augustins. Now 80 years old, this evocative vintage print is in perfect condition and would be an exquisite addition to an enthusiast's collection.

Framing

Robert Capa: Pablo Picasso. For this picture, we recommend book-mounting the print in a passepartout and framing in a black wooden box. It is widely accepted as the most traditional way to frame photography, giving visual priority to the image and yet fitting stylishly into most interiors. The price includes framing in this style, however it is possible to buy the work un-framed.

Shipping

We aim to ship works that are unframed within 2 weeks, and within 6 weeks for works that require framed. We always aim to get your print to you as quickly as possible! However, please note that the times above may vary depending on the work. For exact timings, please get in touch. All works are shipped from the UK. Please note that prices listed above does include framing, but excludes shipping costs and any relevant taxes that may vary depending on your location.

Artwork In Detail

This rare silver gelatin print depicts Pablo Picasso with one of his dogs, standing in his Parisian studio on Rue des Grands Augustins. Now 80 years old, this evocative vintage print is in perfect condition and would be an exquisite addition to an enthusiast’s collection.

Robert Capa, 'Pablo Picasso, dans la chambre Grands Augustins'
Robert Capa, 'Pablo Picasso, dans la chambre Grands Augustins'

Robert Capa

Pablo Picasso, dans la chambre Grands Augustins, 1944

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Robert Capa: Pablo Picasso, dans la chambre Grands Augustins (1944)

Robert Capa

Hungary

B. 1913-1954

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The Artist

Robert Capa (born Endre Friedmann) was a pioneering war photographer and photojournalist. Known for his daring and immersive approach, Capa captured some of the most iconic images of conflict in the 20th century, including the Spanish Civil War, World War II, and the First Indochina War. He co-founded the Magnum Photos agency in 1947, which set new standards for photojournalism. His work, characterised by its immediacy and emotional depth, remains a powerful testament to the human experience of war. Capa’s legacy endures through his evocative images and his influence on the field of photography.

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