After World War II, with Paris recently liberated, Picasso found himself bombarded by visitors. To escape, he sought refuge in the studio of lithographer Fernand Mourlot. There began an enduring artist-printmaker partnership, that resulted in some 400 lithographs.
Picasso once cut long-time friend Georges Braque out of his life because he didn’t offer him lunch during a studio visit.
We use archival inks on museum quality, medium weight paper for all our posters. Thus ensuring your piece is long-lasting and beautifully finished.
Our frames are made from locally sourced, sustainable Victorian Ash. The timber is milled, hand sanded and painted, right here in Melbourne. We use museum grade plexiglass for a very modern gallery look.