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Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

Spanish, 1881-1973

One of the most prolific and revolutionary artists the world has ever seen, Pablo Picasso had a tremendous impact on the development of 20th-century modern art. Although he is best known for his association with the Cubist movement, which he founded with Georges Braque, Picasso’s influence extends to Surrealism, neoclassicism and Expressionism.

“Every act of creation is, first of all, an act of destruction,” the Spanish artist proclaimed. In Picasso's Cubist paintings, he emphasizes the two-dimensionality of the canvas, breaking with conventions regarding perspective, foreshortening and proportion. Picasso was inspired by Iberian and African tribal art. One of his most famous pre-Cubist works is Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907), a painting considered immoral and shocking at the time for its depiction of nude women whose faces resemble Iberian tribal masks.

Picasso made many portraits in this style, most often of the women in his life, their expressively colored faces composed of geometric shards of surface planes. In Woman in a Hat (Olga), 1935, he painted his first wife as an assemblage of abstract forms, leaving the viewer to decipher the subject through the contrasting colors and shapes. Picasso was a tireless artist, creating more than 20,000 paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics and sculptures. Tracing his life’s work reveals the progression of modern art, on which he had an unparalleled influence.

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Artist: Pablo Picasso
Curly Haired Face (Visage aux cheveux bouclés), 1968-1969
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Palo Alto, CA
This exquisite ceramic impression captures the face of a man. With textured curls cascading down the side of his face and a thin defined nose with wide gazing eyes, he appears to be ...
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1960s Modern Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Earthenware, Ceramic

Visage no 125, Picasso, 1960's, Earthenware, Plate, Face, Design
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Geneva, CH
Visage no.125 1963 Ed. 67/150 pcs White earthenware ceramic plate, partially engraved, with coloured engobe and glaze D. 25.8 cm Frame: D. 33.4 cm (with frame) Numbered and inscribed...
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1960s Contemporary Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic, Earthenware, Terracotta

Profil de Taureau
By Pablo Picasso
Located in PARIS, FR
1956. February 22 Convex wall plate E.O White Earthenware, engraving highlighted with oxidized paraffin, covered bath Ivory, brown, green Edition of 450 copies B.83 Present in n°317...
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1950s Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic, Acrylic

Scène de Tauromachie
By Pablo Picasso
Located in PARIS, FR
1959. June 11 Round dish D.42 E.O white earthenware, oxidized paraffin decoration, covered bath Ivory, black Printed in 100 numbered copies B.125 Present in number 412 of the “Catal...
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1950s Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic, Acrylic

Visage dans un carré, Picasso, plate, multiples, edition, 1950's, portrait, face
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Geneva, CH
Visage dans carré Ed. 59/100 pcs 1956 White earthenware clay, engobe decoration under partial brushed glaze, ivory, blue D. 42.2 cm Numbered, incised and stamped on the reverse : 59/...
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1950s Post-War Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic, Clay, Earthenware

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 172 Bird With Worm
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 172 Bird With Worm 1952 6” round Edition of 500 White earthenware clay, oxidized paraffin decoration, white enamel. Ramie 172 is a Madoura...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Buste de faune, Picasso, Ceramic, Terracotta, Faune, Mythological, Design, 1950'
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Geneva, CH
Buste de faune, Picasso, Ceramic, Terracotta, Faune, Mythological, Design Buste de faune Unique piece Partially glazed terracotta 18.5 x 9.3 cm 40 x 32 cm (with frame) Certificate o...
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Mid-20th Century Post-War Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Terracotta

Gros oiseau Picasso (Large Bird, Picasso), 1953
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Created in 1953, this Madoura big turned vase of white earthenware clay with decoration in engobes and paraffin (red, black), knife engraved is numbered from the edition of 75. This Picasso ceramic vase is stamped with the 'MADOURA PLEIN FEU' and 'EMPREINTE ORIGINALE DE PICASSO' pottery stamps on the bottom. A spectacular work to witness in person, Pablo Picasso Gros oiseau Picasso...
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1950s Modern Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic, Earthenware, ABS

Ceramic Owl Vase (A.R. 135) from the Madoura Pottery by Pablo Picasso
By Pablo Picasso
Located in London, GB
Mid-Century earthenware vase with painted owl decoration, by Pablo Picasso, Vallauris, France (1952). This is a vintage, limited edition earthenware creation, in a run of 500 (Edition Picasso) at the Madoura pottery...
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1950s Modern Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 161 Toros
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 161 Toros 1952, July 29 8” round Edition of 500 White earthenware clay, decoration in engobes and oxidized paraffin. Ramie 161 is a Madour...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 175 Bird On A Branch
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 175 Bird On A Branch 1952 5.8” round Edition of 500 White earthenware clay, oxidized paraffin decoration, white enamel. Ramie 175 is a Mad...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 540 Personnage et Cavaliers
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 540 Personnage et Cavaliers 1968 3.9” x 6.3” Edition of 500 Plein Feu/Empreinte originale de Picasso, Partially glazed terracotta plaque. Ramie 540 is a Madoura ceramic that one rarely sees come on the market. The photo you see here is the actual piece that you will receive. Most sellers online post using stock photos that don’t necessarily match exactly to the piece you receive. This particular piece is pristine: there are no nicks, bruises or scratches of any kind. Be careful when buying from others – the pieces sometimes have nicks or scratches. The Certificate of Authenticity comes with this piece. We have sold over 3300 pieces with all positive reviews. We are located in the USA. When you buy from a foreign seller on 1stdibs, you have to consider the problems of getting the piece through Customs. There are often delays and considerable fees to pay in order to import the item. When purchasing from us, we ship the same day and you receive it via FedEx the next day, no problems or hassles. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay a buyer’s premium of anywhere from 23% to 28% over the “hammer price”. So when you “win” an auction for $20,000, the actual price paid is more like $25,000. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price agreed to is the price paid by the buyer, no hidden fees. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay the packing and shipping fees, which are usually exorbitant. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price includes packing and shipping. When you purchase from an auction house, the sale is final. If you receive the piece and are not 100% satisfied with it, there is nothing you can do about it. You are stuck with it. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the buyer can determine if they want to keep it. If not, the buyer returns to piece to us for full refund, and we pay the shipping both ways! The prices of Picasso Madoura Ceramics have been on fire lately (no pun intended). The major auction houses – Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips – have now been regularly holding Picasso Madoura Ceramic auctions...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 142 Ice Pitcher
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 142 Ice Pitcher 1952 12.6” x 21.6” Pitcher Edition of 100 White earthenware clay, decoration in oxides, knife engraved on white enamel Ramie 142 is a Madoura ceramic that one rarely sees come on the market. The photo you see here is the actual piece that you will receive. Most sellers online post using stock photos that don’t necessarily match exactly to the piece you receive. This particular piece is pristine: there are no nicks, bruises or scratches of any kind. Be careful when buying from others – the pieces sometimes have nicks or scratches. The Certificate of Authenticity comes with this piece. We have sold over 3300 pieces with all positive reviews. We are located in the USA. When you buy from a foreign seller on 1stdibs, you have to consider the problems of getting the piece through Customs. There are often delays and considerable fees to pay in order to import the item. When purchasing from us, we ship the same day and you receive it via FedEx the next day, no problems or hassles. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay a buyer’s premium of anywhere from 23% to 28% over the “hammer price”. So when you “win” an auction for $20,000, the actual price paid is more like $25,000. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price agreed to is the price paid by the buyer, no hidden fees. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay the packing and shipping fees, which are usually exorbitant. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price includes packing and shipping. When you purchase from an auction house, the sale is final. If you receive the piece and are not 100% satisfied with it, there is nothing you can do about it. You are stuck with it. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the buyer can determine if they want to keep it. If not, the buyer returns to piece to us for full refund, and we pay the shipping both ways! The prices of Picasso Madoura Ceramics have been on fire lately (no pun intended). The major auction houses – Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips – have now been regularly holding Picasso Madoura Ceramic auctions...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 520 Fluffy-Haired Woman
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 520 Fluffy-Haired Woman 1964 13” x 10” Edition of 100 Red earthenware clay, printed with engobe pad Ramie 520 is a Madoura ceramic that one rarely sees come on the market. The photo you see here is the actual piece that you will receive. Most sellers online post using stock photos that don’t necessarily match exactly to the piece you receive. This particular piece is pristine: there are no nicks, bruises or scratches of any kind. Be careful when buying from others – the pieces sometimes have nicks or scratches. The Certificate of Authenticity comes with this piece. We have sold over 3300 pieces with all positive reviews. The "Fluffy-Haired Woman" (Tête de femme, Cheveux bouclés) is a ceramic plate designed by Pablo Picasso and produced at the Madoura Pottery studio. This piece is part of Picasso's extensive work in ceramics during the mid-20th century, where he explored new forms of artistic expression beyond his renowned paintings and sculptures. Here are some key details about this particular piece: Title: Tête de femme, Cheveux bouclés (Fluffy-Haired Woman) Date: 1969 Edition: Ramie 520 Medium: Ceramic plate Dimensions: Approximately 26 cm (10.2 inches) in diameter Edition Size: Limited edition, often part of a numbered series The Madoura Pottery studio in Vallauris, France, where this piece was produced, was a significant place for Picasso's ceramic work. He collaborated closely with the owners, Suzanne and Georges Ramié, to create a wide range of ceramics, including plates, vases, and pitchers, all featuring his distinctive artistic style. The "Fluffy-Haired Woman" plate is a representation of Picasso's playful and innovative approach to ceramics, combining his mastery of line and form with the unique qualities of the ceramic medium. Collectors and art enthusiasts highly value these pieces for their artistic significance and the insight they provide into Picasso's creative process. We are located in the USA. When you buy from a foreign seller on 1stdibs, you have to consider the problems of getting the piece through Customs. There are often delays and considerable fees to pay in order to import the item. When purchasing from us, we ship the same day and you receive it via FedEx the next day, no problems or hassles. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay a buyer’s premium of anywhere from 23% to 28% over the “hammer price”. So when you “win” an auction for $20,000, the actual price paid is more like $25,000. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price agreed to is the price paid by the buyer, no hidden fees. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay the packing and shipping fees, which are usually exorbitant. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price includes packing and shipping. When you purchase from an auction house, the sale is final. If you receive the piece and are not 100% satisfied with it, there is nothing you can do about it. You are stuck with it. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the buyer can determine if they want to keep it. If not, the buyer returns to piece to us for full refund, and we pay the shipping both ways! The prices of Picasso Madoura Ceramics have been on fire lately (no pun intended). The major auction houses – Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips – have now been regularly holding Picasso Madoura Ceramic auctions...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 542 Wood Owl
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 542 Wood Owl 1968 11.8” x 8.8” Edition of 500 White earthenware clay, decoration in engobes under partial brushed glaze, black patina Ramie 542 is a Madoura ceramic that one rarely sees come on the market. The photo you see here is the actual piece that you will receive. Most sellers online post using stock photos that don’t necessarily match exactly to the piece you receive. This particular piece is pristine: there are no nicks, bruises or scratches of any kind. Be careful when buying from others – the pieces sometimes have nicks or scratches. The Certificate of Authenticity comes with this piece. We have sold over 3300 pieces with all positive reviews. We are located in the USA. When you buy from a foreign seller on 1stdibs, you have to consider the problems of getting the piece through Customs. There are often delays and considerable fees to pay in order to import the item. When purchasing from us, we ship the same day and you receive it via FedEx the next day, no problems or hassles. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay a buyer’s premium of anywhere from 23% to 28% over the “hammer price”. So when you “win” an auction for $20,000, the actual price paid is more like $25,000. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price agreed to is the price paid by the buyer, no hidden fees. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay the packing and shipping fees, which are usually exorbitant. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price includes packing and shipping. When you purchase from an auction house, the sale is final. If you receive the piece and are not 100% satisfied with it, there is nothing you can do about it. You are stuck with it. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the buyer can determine if they want to keep it. If not, the buyer returns to piece to us for full refund, and we pay the shipping both ways! The prices of Picasso Madoura Ceramics have been on fire lately (no pun intended). The major auction houses – Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips – have now been regularly holding Picasso Madoura Ceramic auctions...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 496 Face Number 203
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 496 Face Number 203 1963 10” round Edition of 150 White earthenware clay, decoration in engobe and enamel under partial brushed glaze, grey patina Ramie 496 is a Madoura ceramic that one rarely sees come on the market. The photo you see here is the actual piece that you will receive. Most sellers online post using stock photos that don’t necessarily match exactly to the piece you receive. This particular piece is pristine: there are no nicks, bruises or scratches of any kind. Be careful when buying from others – the pieces sometimes have nicks or scratches. The Certificate of Authenticity comes with this piece. We have sold over 3300 pieces with all positive reviews. We are located in the USA. When you buy from a foreign seller on 1stdibs, you have to consider the problems of getting the piece through Customs. There are often delays and considerable fees to pay in order to import the item. When purchasing from us, we ship the same day and you receive it via FedEx the next day, no problems or hassles. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay a buyer’s premium of anywhere from 23% to 28% over the “hammer price”. So when you “win” an auction for $20,000, the actual price paid is more like $25,000. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price agreed to is the price paid by the buyer, no hidden fees. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay the packing and shipping fees, which are usually exorbitant. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price includes packing and shipping. When you purchase from an auction house, the sale is final. If you receive the piece and are not 100% satisfied with it, there is nothing you can do about it. You are stuck with it. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the buyer can determine if they want to keep it. If not, the buyer returns to piece to us for full refund, and we pay the shipping both ways! The prices of Picasso Madoura Ceramics have been on fire lately (no pun intended). The major auction houses – Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips – have now been regularly holding Picasso Madoura Ceramic auctions...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 182 Corrida
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 182 Corrida 1953 17” round Edition of 200 White earthenware clay, partially glazed. Ramie 182 is a Madoura ceramic that one rarely sees come on the market. The photo you see here is the actual piece that you will receive. Most sellers online post using stock photos that don’t necessarily match exactly to the piece you receive. Small blemish on rim, see photo #3 for detail. The Certificate of Authenticity comes with this piece. We have sold over 3300 pieces with all positive reviews. We are located in the USA. When you buy from a foreign seller on 1stdibs, you have to consider the problems of getting the piece through Customs. There are often delays and considerable fees to pay in order to import the item. When purchasing from us, we ship the same day and you receive it via FedEx the next day, no problems or hassles. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay a buyer’s premium of anywhere from 23% to 28% over the “hammer price”. So when you “win” an auction for $20,000, the actual price paid is more like $25,000. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price agreed to is the price paid by the buyer, no hidden fees. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay the packing and shipping fees, which are usually exorbitant. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price includes packing and shipping. When you purchase from an auction house, the sale is final. If you receive the piece and are not 100% satisfied with it, there is nothing you can do about it. You are stuck with it. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the buyer can determine if they want to keep it. If not, the buyer returns to piece to us for full refund, and we pay the shipping both ways! The prices of Picasso Madoura Ceramics have been on fire lately (no pun intended). The major auction houses – Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips – have now been regularly holding Picasso Madoura Ceramic auctions...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 417 Pase de Cape
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 417 Pase de Cape 1959 16.5” round Edition of 100 White earthenware clay. Ramie 417 is a Madoura ceramic that one rarely sees come on the m...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 412 Scène de Tauromachie
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 412 Scène de Tauromachie 1959 16.5” round Edition of 100 White earthenware clay, partially glazed. Ramie 412 is a Madoura ceram...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 403 Spanish Dish with Toros Plat Espagnol au Tor
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 403 Spanish Dish with Toros Plat Espagnol au Toros 1957 15.7” round Edition of 100 Red earthenware clay, glaze decoration, knife engrav...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 427 Banderilleros
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 427 Banderilleros 1959 16” round Edition of 50 White earthenware clay. Ramie 427 is a Madoura ceramic that one rarely sees come on t...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Picasso Madoura Ceramic A.R. 519 Le Verre Sous La Lampe
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Pablo Picasso A.R. 519 Le Verre Sous La Lampe 1964 13” x 10” Edition of 100 Terracotta clay, inscribed 'Edition Picasso' with the Madoura stamp. Ramie 519 is a Madoura ceramic that one rarely sees come on the market. The photo you see here is the actual piece that you will receive. Most sellers online post using stock photos that don’t necessarily match exactly to the piece you receive. This particular piece is pristine: there are no nicks, bruises or scratches of any kind. Be careful when buying from others – the pieces sometimes have nicks or scratches. The Certificate of Authenticity comes with this piece. We have sold over 3300 pieces with all positive reviews. We are located in the USA. When you buy from a foreign seller on 1stdibs, you have to consider the problems of getting the piece through Customs. There are often delays and considerable fees to pay in order to import the item. When purchasing from us, we ship the same day and you receive it via FedEx the next day, no problems or hassles. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay a buyer’s premium of anywhere from 23% to 28% over the “hammer price”. So when you “win” an auction for $20,000, the actual price paid is more like $25,000. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price agreed to is the price paid by the buyer, no hidden fees. When you purchase from an auction house, you pay the packing and shipping fees, which are usually exorbitant. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the price includes packing and shipping. When you purchase from an auction house, the sale is final. If you receive the piece and are not 100% satisfied with it, there is nothing you can do about it. You are stuck with it. By contrast, when purchasing from us, the buyer can determine if they want to keep it. If not, the buyer returns to piece to us for full refund, and we pay the shipping both ways! The prices of Picasso Madoura Ceramics have been on fire lately (no pun intended). The major auction houses – Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips – have now been regularly holding Picasso Madoura Ceramic auctions...
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Mid-20th Century Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Visage, Picasso, 1950's, Unique work, sculpture, design, Frame, Portrait
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Geneva, CH
Visage, Picasso, 1950's, Unique work, sculpture, design, Frame, Portrait Visage Unique work 1957 Painted and partially glazed ceramic ; tomette 16.9 x 15.2 cm Certificate of authent...
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1950s Post-War Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Tête de faune, Picasso, Tile, Terracotta, Design, Sculpture, Unique, Mythology
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Geneva, CH
Tête de faune, Picasso, Tile, Terracotta, Design, Sculpture, Unique, Mythology Tête de faune Unique work 27.02.1961 Red terracotta tile, painted and glazed white 15 x 15 cm 20 x 15 ...
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1960s Post-War Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Terracotta

Tête de faune, Picasso, Tile, Ceramic, Sculpture, Design, Postwar, Mythological
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Geneva, CH
Tête de faune, Picasso, Tile,Ceramic,Sculpture, Design, Postwar, Mythological Tête de faune Unique work circa 1968 Painted and partially glazed ceramic, square tile 15.2 x 15.2 cm C...
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1960s Post-War Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Earthenware

Pichet Têtes, Pablo Picasso, 1950's, Sculpture, Ceramic, Pitcher, Design
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Geneva, CH
Pichet Têtes, Pablo Picasso, 1950's, Sculpture, Ceramic, Pitcher, Design Pichet têtes Ed. 500 pcs 1956 White earthenware clay, oxidized paraffin decorati...
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1950s Post-Modern Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic, Clay

Petit masque central, Pablo Picasso, 1960's, Unique, Design, Plate, Theater
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Geneva, CH
Petit masque central, Pablo Picasso, 1960's, Unique, Design, Plate, Theater Petit masque central Unique work 16.5.63 Painted and partially glazed ceramic D. 25.4 cm / 9.8 in. D. 33 ...
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1960s Post-War Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic, Earthenware

Visage, Pablo Picasso, Face, 1950's, Ceramic, Madoura, Sculpture, Earthenware
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Geneva, CH
Visage, Pablo Picasso, Face, 1950's, Ceramic, Madoura, Sculpture, Earthenware Ed. 500 pcs White earthenware clay, decoration in engobes under glaze Inscribed on the reverse: Edition...
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1950s Post-War Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Earthenware, Clay

Vase avec Decoration Pastel (Vase with Pastel Decorations), by Pablo Picasso
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Pablo Picasso, Spanish (1881 - 1973) Title: Vase avec decoration pastel (Vase with Pastel Decorations), [Ramie 190] Year: 1953 Medium: Chamotted red earthenware clay, pastel ...
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1950s Modern Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Cavalier & Horse, Pablo Picasso
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Fairfield, CT
Artist: Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Title: Cavalier & Horse Year: 1968 Medium: Earthenware square plaques with engraving enhanced with oxides under partial brushed glaze. Edition: 69/1...
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1960s Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Pablo Picasso, "Face Plate .130"
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Chatsworth, CA
This piece is an A.R. round plate by Pablo Picasso, created in 1963. It is made with white earthenware clay plate, decoration in engobes and enamel under glaze in black, red, green, ...
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1960s Post-Modern Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Clay

Joueur de flûte et chèvre
By Pablo Picasso
Located in PARIS, FR
Convex wall plate White earthenware, underlined engraving and oxidized paraffin, ivory and brown glaze bath. Edition of 450 copies. On the back stamps “Madoura Plein feu” and “origin...
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1950s Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic, Acrylic

Visage de Faune
By Pablo Picasso
Located in PARIS, FR
Unglazed round/square plate in white earthenware with relief decoration and dated 28.6.55. Edition of 150 numbered copies. On the back, hollow stamps "Madoura Plein Feu" and "Emprein...
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1950s Cubist Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic, Acrylic

Taurus
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Paris, FR
Ceramic, 1952 Edition : 500 ex. Publisher : Madoura (Vallauris) Catalog : [Ramié, éd. 88, 177] Diameter: 14.50 cm Depth: 5 cm Circular ashtray in white earthenware, with oxidized ker...
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1950s Abstract Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Estocado, Scenes de Corrida
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Missouri, MO
Estocado, Scenes de Corrida, 1959, July 1st Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Round Dish O.P. white earthenware clay, decoration in engobes under partial brushed glaze, beige patina...
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1950s Abstract Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Fish Pitcher
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Missouri, MO
Fish Pitcher 1952 Turned Pitcher 13 cm x 21 cm/approx 8 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches Red Earthenware Clay, Decoration in Engobes Black, White Edition Madoura Picas...
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1950s Abstract Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Pablo Picasso abstract sculptures for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Pablo Picasso abstract sculptures available for sale on 1stDibs. You can also browse by medium to find art by Pablo Picasso in ceramic, earthenware, clay and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 20th century and is mostly associated with the post-war style. Not every interior allows for large Pablo Picasso abstract sculptures, so small editions measuring 4 inches across are available. Pablo Picasso abstract sculptures prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $8,200 and tops out at $300,000, while the average work can sell for $22,000.
Questions About Pablo Picasso Abstract Sculptures
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Pablo Picasso was one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. He helped pioneer the style of Cubism, which involves depicting objects in fragmented geometric shapes. His works served as inspiration for future abstract art movements. You'll find a large selection of Pablo Picasso art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Pablo Picasso was from Spain. He was born in Málaga, Spain, on October 25, 1881. He later moved to France, the country where he completed most of his work. Picasso died in Mougins, France, on April 8, 1973. On 1stDibs, find a large selection of Pablo Picasso art.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Pablo Picasso is best known for Cubism. He was one of the dominant artists of the movement. Cubism is a form of abstract art that focuses on showing objects and individuals as fragmented geometric shapes. It marked a radical shift from other art movements that came before it. On 1stDibs, find a variety of Pablo Picasso art.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 22, 2024
    Pablo Picasso grew up in Spain. He was born on October 25, 1881, in Málaga, Spain. When he was 14 years old, his family relocated to Barcelona, where Picasso would go on to attend the Academy of Arts. On 1stDibs, shop a variety of Pablo Picasso art from some of the world's top galleries and dealers.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Pablo Picasso made prints throughout his career. His first was made in 1899 when he was still a teen, and his final one was made in 1972 when the artist was 90 years old. It’s estimated that he produced around 2400 prints in his lifetime. Shop a selection of Pablo Picasso pieces from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    Pablo Picasso is most famous for founding the Cubist movement, which uses several points of view and perspectives, creating a geometric-looking result. Cubism was considered a massive break from traditional methods of painting. One of Picasso's most famous cubist pieces is “Guernica,” the artist's representation of the Spanish Civil War.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881 in Málaga, Spain. However, he spent most of his working years in France and lived there until he died in the commune of Mougins on April 8, 1973. On 1stDibs, find a large collection of Pablo Picasso.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    The Spanish artist El Greco inspired Pablo Picasso's early work. As his interest in abstraction grew, Picasso turned to African masks and handicrafts for inspiration. The works of Paul Cézanne and Henri Rousseau also influenced the artist. Find a selection of Pablo Picasso art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Although born in Spain, Pablo Picasso lived in France while working as an artist. From 1904 to 1946, he called Paris home. Then, he relocated to the South of France. He died there in the commune of Mougins on April 8, 1973 at the age of 91. Shop a large selection of Pablo Picasso art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Pablo Picasso was born in Málaga, Spain. His birth date is October 25, 1881. In 1891, Picasso's family moved to A Coruña, Spain, so that his father, Don José Ruiz y Blasco, could work as a professor at the School of Fine Arts. When Picasso became an artist, he relocated to France, where he lived until he died on April 8, 1973. Find a large collection of Pablo Picasso art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 3, 2024
    Yes, Paloma Picasso is related to Pablo Picasso. The French fashion designer known for her celebrated collaboration with Tiffany & Co. is actually his daughter. Her mother is the artist Françoise Gilot. On 1stDibs, find a range of Paloma Picasso jewelry and accessories from some of the world's top boutiques.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    To draw, Pablo Picasso used a wide variety of implements. Specifically, he drew with pencils, pens, charcoal, ink, chalk and pastels. What materials he reached for depended on what he was depicting and what was readily available. Find a selection of Pablo Picasso art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Pablo Picasso did indeed make ceramics. He started working with clay in the later years of his life as a sort of escapism from the heavy demands of painting. Shop a selection of Pablo Picasso pieces from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Pablo Picasso began painting as a child. His father gave him art lessons starting at age 7. The earliest painting attributed to the artist is Le Picador. He painted the piece in 1890 when he was just 9 years old. You'll find a range of Pablo Picasso art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Yes, Pablo Picasso went to school. He was a student at the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid, Spain. When he began his studies in 1897, the academy was the top art school in the country. Picasso did not finish his studies, however. Instead, he traveled to Paris in 1900 and began working as an artist. On 1stDibs, find a collection of Pablo Picasso art.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Pablo Picasso was 91 years old when he died on April 8, 1973, in Mougins, France. His 92nd birthday would have been on October 25 of that year. You can shop a large collection of Pablo Picasso art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Historians disagree about which of Pablo Picasso's paintings is the most famous because many of his works are well-known and easily recognizable. Some notable pieces include Guernica, Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, The Old Guitarist, The Weeping Woman and Portrait of Ambroise Vollard. You'll find a large collection of Pablo Picasso on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Pablo Picasso's full name was Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso. He shortened it to Pablo Ruiz Picasso, but most people refer to him as "Pablo Picasso" or simply "Picasso." Shop a wide range of Pablo Picasso art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    There is no general consensus about which of Pablo Picasso's works is his most famous drawing. Some of his most well-known works depict animals and include Dog, Penguin, Camel, Butterfly, Owl and Dove of Peace. Find a selection of Pablo Picasso art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Guernica is arguably amongst Pablo Picasso’s best works, and is an incredibly moving anti-war statement. The piece was originally commissioned as a mural for the 1937 World Fair in Paris, France. Shop a selection of Pablo Picasso pieces from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.

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