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Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: 1 2 3 4 5. She is looking down to her right at the dog below. The drawing has two colours only — black pastel and a faint, dull pink.
Her dress is pink and her bolero top is black. Her hair is black with a pink flower in it. The dog too is black. It seems to be drawn on matt wrapping paper. You can see horizontal lines at regular intervals. The drawing is a beautiful enigma. All its secrets are internal. Though it seems quietly realistic, there is a clue in its single, discreet, disguised anomaly.
She appears to have no hand.
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The viewer allows for perspective and makes the correction, ekes out the drawing with expectation. But the etiolation is deliberate. And once noticed, this sets off a series of explosive parallels. And further repeated in the Toblerone of her hairline. A great harmonic drawing, a sumptuous chord. Picasso kept this picture for himself. It shows a naked boy giving his smaller brother a piggy-back, his left leg advanced towards the viewer.
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Once more the palette is restricted, this time to brown-pink, though there is crimson and blue in the rim of a drum in the left foreground. The drum has a small pottery dish resting on it, also being carried, and it makes the trelliswork compositional motif explicit, though not obtrusive. Its body is held by interlacing wire in an unequal diamond pattern.
Why did Picasso reserve this picture for himself? On the right eyebrow of the little boy being carried is a fleck of paint, a little skin-tag of pigment.
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This is a sculptural inflection and tells us that the dusky, dusty pinks are intended to summon terracotta garden sculpture. A painting such as Dancing Couple uses the coarse, nubbly grain of the canvas to create the illusion of granite — helped by the monumental quality of the hands and the features a shared simplified version of Picasso , especially the faintly rudimentary lashless eyelids. The river she lies by is ravishingly coloured, the narcissi above like butterflies trembling with cerebral palsy.
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