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Pablo Picasso. Head of a Woman (Fernande)

Head of a Woman (Fernande)

Picasso, Pablo
(Spanish, 1881 - 1973)
Head of a Woman (Fernande) c 1909
41.9 x 26.1 x 26.7 cm
Purchase, 1949
© Estate of Pablo Picasso (Paris)/SODRAC (Montreal) 2001


[1] (Zwemmer, London, 1949); Purchase 1949 Art Gallery of Toronto
[1] Gap in provenance before 1949

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