Introducing Paloma's Boudoir - An art print inspired by Picasso's daughter Paloma. Printed on archival paper. (click images for full views) Frames are for design ideas only and not included

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Paloma's Boudoir - Inspired by Picasso's Daughter Paloma Picasso - Art Print


I've always loved Paloma Picasso's style and thought it would be interesting to paint her.I imagined that, as the daughter of Pablo Picasso, she would share his love of color and extravagance, and I believed that this picture would reflect that. Even though it required a lot of labor, using so many colors in a painting is always my favorite part.

Despite the fact that Paloma created jewelry for Tiffany, I believed it was a good idea to place a miniature Tiffany lamp on the dresser to symbolize her relationship with the company.The black perfume bottle on the dresser is a well-known example of Paloma's own fragrance brand.  The sunglasses, slippers, and handbag on the sofa are all Paloma creations.

I thought it was a lovely touch to give this picture a personal touch by including a sketch of Paloma's mother by Pablo Picasso in the frame on the dresser.I had a lot of fun painting this.