Picasso, Toros y toreros
• This Transfert d’Art is an adhesive screen-print produced from a drawing by a great artist. It may be applied in your home, where you would have liked the artist to create it for you. The Transfert d’Art restores the quality of the original with complete accuracy. The drawing is stuck on a transparent fi lm, so that when you apply it all that is transferred is what the artist has drawn.
• This Indian ink drawing, which captures a crucial moment in the second phase of the combat, the tercio de banderillas, comes from one of three books produced between 1950 and 1960 on the bullfight theme.
MORE
Klee, Forgetful angel
• This Transfert d’Art is an adhesive screen-print produced from a drawing by a great artist. It may be applied in your home, where you would have liked the artist to create it for you. The Transfert d’Art restores the quality of the original with complete accuracy. The drawing is stuck on a transparent film, so that when you apply it all that is transferred is what the artist has drawn.
• With an apparently childlike drawing style, Paul Klee signs a work full of freshness and humour.
MORE
Picasso, The face of peace
• This Transfert d’Art is an adhesive screen-print produced from a drawing by a great artist. It may be applied in your home, where you would have liked the artist to create it for you. The Transfert d’Art restores the quality of the original with complete accuracy. The drawing is stuck on a transparent fi lm, so that when you apply it all that is transferred is what the artist has drawn.
• This face is the eleventh in a series of 29 drawings produced by Picasso on 5 December 1950.
MORE
Matisse, Plane tree
• This Transfert d’Art is an adhesive screen-print produced from a drawing by a great artist. It may be applied in your home, where you would have liked the artist to create it for you. The Transfert d’Art restores the quality of the original with complete accuracy. The drawing is stuck on a transparent fi lm, so that when you apply it all that is transferred is what the artist has drawn.
• This Plane tree drawn by Matisse is a preliminary study for a piece of ceramic intended for the villa of his friend and publisher Tériade. Its line is suggestive of improvisation, but this outpouring is in fact the outcome of a great deal of preparatory work.
MORE
Share