LeBoeuf sur la Langue by Pablo Picasso
The title of Pablo Picasso's rare lithograph, LeBoeuf sur la Langue, is a proverb that means to keep one's mouth shut, or to keep a secret. It's part of the collection Le Soeil Ebloui , meaning the dazzling sun, that makes fun of humans' vanity and the belief that humans are the center of the world. This flower is like a secret- beautiful, yet temporary.
Size: 14 x 17 inches
Framing: Raised float with 1.5 inch white mat all around and black wood frame.
Limited edition original lithograph of 300. 1950