An opportunity to own a Picasso in $5000

art-work by Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso died in 1973 and left millions of dollars’ worth of art in the name of her granddaughter, Marina Picasso. For people who still live under a stone and doesn’t know about Picasso’s multimillion art markets, well just FYI recently one of his painting was sold for around $179 million and was still called underpriced since it was coming straight from the painter’s studio.

With her previous auction in 2016 Marina Picasso was able to sell her grandfather’s artworks worth $15.4 million at Sotheby’s, London and in the upcoming auction scheduled on 18th May the trade is expecting to generate up to $4.7 million. During this auction, there would be some 64 artworks on paper and 47 on ceramic that are budgeted within the range of $5,000 to $120,000 and Picasso art lovers with a limited financial plan are luring to grab some for their personal collection.

The art objects are moreover made of ceramic and paper and portray people or animal figures as their elements. Since some pieces are not portraying those typical Picasso aesthetic within them or few of them also belong to his practising era, where he has not inscribed his signature on them, the prices are drastically depressed as compared to his established artworks.


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