The Portrait De Dora Maar – Picasso modern French tapestry shows the ingenious work of Pablo Picasso completed in 1937. Dora Maar was a poet and photographer and was the mistress of Picasso as well. Picasso's work as a Spanish painter in the Cubism style shows an exceptional originality and boldness. Here we see the lady and her features in distorted proportions as well as divisions by color to create an almost abstract work where geometry and organic softness combine to create a fusion of ideas. Her nose is subtly shifted to the left which is masked by the fact that her hand is hiding her left portion of her face. The use of primary colors create a crazy psychedelic feel to the piece which because of the fanciful treatment of the subject matter, feels like a playful experiment on the traditional theme of portrait. This Portrait De Dora Maar tapestry is backed with a lining and a tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rods and tassels, where pictured, are not included in the price.