.Our galley hold a vary important unseen artwork for big artists from around the world. Some have full Provenance & some have part Provenance. We have artwork/ oil paintings/ sculptures for the big artist from around the world. Most of our gallery collection had the authentication done by Jaqueline Picasso in 1980/1981/1982 and was heading away by Jaqueline Picasso. . I have started buying and collecting Oil paintings & artwork for many years. And about one year ago now I came a across heading treasure for the artist Picasoo & other artist that was really good friends or had association with the big artist Picasoo. The artist are listed in our gallery and most of our paintings came out from Columbia The right country where you can hide artwork and oil printings. some continues don’t have agreements like other countries in regards of art. Remember Picasso’s Electrician that Was Convicted of Stealing His Art the collection of 271 paintings, drawings, sketches and lithographs, many of which were previously unknown and unseen, The unsigned works, which had not been inventoried, were created between 1900 and 1932. Or in any Catalogues and missing from the history of art. The works were stashed in the couple’s home for 40 years. The descendants of Pablo Picasso became £50m richer today, but the mystery of the 271 “lost” works by the Cubist master stored in a garage remained intact. The collection, whose value has not been assessed, includes drawings of women and horses, “nine very rare Cubist collages from the time Picasso “ was working with fellow French artist “ Georges Braque “and a work from his "blue period". At a trial in Grasse the painter’s handyman and his wife claimed that they had been given the paintings and sketches by Picasso’s wife, Jaqueline in the period 1970 to 1972. They said that they had stored them in a cardboard box in their garage for four decades before trying to authenticate them in 2010. Instead of getting authentication they got accused of theft. FACTS. news.artnet.com/art-world/trial-of-picassos-electrician-pierre-le-guennec-starts-today-249735 www.revolvy.com/main/index.php?s=Jacqueline+Roque&uid=1575
1- Picasso’s wife Jacqueline has always been a mysterious figure. Now her close friend has shed light on the legal battles and turmoil that led to her suicide or maybe she was even killed. Dupont decided to write The Truth about Jacqueline and Pablo Picasso after visiting the Picasso Museum in Paris on its 20th anniversary, in 2005. “The only sign that Jacqueline had ever existed was a small portrait of her in a notebook of sketches, but her name wasn’t mentioned. And this panel thanked members of Picasso’s family, but she wasn’t on it.Jacqueline was very sensual, and with Picasso the chemistry was immediate. There was a strong complicity, love and eroticism. And in her, Picasso found all that a man seeks in a woman: she was at the same time his mistress, his mother, his sister, his accomplice and his muse,” says Dupont. Jacqueline Roque, a 45 years the artist's junior, who became his second wife in 1961. Their relationship endured for more than 20 years, until Picasso's death at 91, making Jacqueline Picasoo who took his name when they married, his longest-lasting consort and most persistent muse. Yet she has inspired only a few exhibitions. The last was in 2006, this stepmother who knows all The secret and the correct titles for her husband paintings Mr Picasso and the other artwork & paintings that her husband has collected for other big artist. Jacqueline may also be related to the ambiguous role she played for Picasso's family and friends. Early on, she developed a reputation for being manipulative, avaricious and conniving, initially because she came between Picasso and Gilot. Once installed at La Californie, the artist's grand Cannes villa, she guarded his privacy jealously, shutting out even his children and grandchildren so he could focus on work. After his death, Jacqueline disappeared into seclusion for three years, emerging only to battle with his heirs over the disposition of his estate. From 1973 for about nine years we taking 1982” then that was the time in “1980s” authentication was done by Jaqueline Picasso for here unseen “ Picasoo paintings & artwork” now notice our paintings are authenticated by Jaqueline Picasoo in the “1980/1981/1982 “ and it was some of the best artwork for Picasoo & private collection for here husband & other top artist from around the world all this was hidden away by Jaqueline Picasso in Peru / Columbia from her stepchildren that she never got along with. In April 1973, on the eve of his death, Picasso drank some herbal tea, as every evening, and then stood looking at himself in a mirror. He said to Jacqueline: “Have I got enough canvases and paintbrushes? Tomorrow I’m going to start painting.” The following day, shortly before noon, as a doctor gave him injections to help him breathe, Picasso asked him if he was married. The doctor replied that he wasn’t. “You’ve made a mistake; it’s useful. You should,” Picasso said. He then turned to Jacqueline, who was holding his hand, and whispered: “My wife, it’s marvellous.” They were his last words. Jacqueline said of what followed: “I saw a pink face become grey, and I don’t accept it.” For six days and nights she watched over the coffin in the guardroom of Vauvenargues castle. She buried him in front of the grand staircase at the castle entrance. Jacqueline was attacked for banning Picasso’s children from the funeral, except for his son Paulo – the only one who had maintained a relationship with him. In fact, according to Dupont, she was simply obeying instructions left by Picasso, who had never forgiven them for accusing her of kidnapping him or for suing him. On the night of the funeral, Jacqueline, in her white nightdress, stretched out on the burial mound in the snow and slept all night there. In the seven-year war over Picasso’s legacy that followed – the law changed in 1975, giving rights to illegitimate children – Jacqueline requested that she be left with the portraits he painted of her, and the works he had dedicated and given to her. Lawyers and court-appointed experts descended on Picasso’s properties, labelling everything, down to his toothbrush and a bouquet of dried flowers sent by the musician Mstislav Rostropovich, which they believed was a work by Picasso. Whenever Jacqueline left the mansion, she was asked to empty her pockets. According to the electrician’s new version of the facts, given in the appeal, Jacqueline asked Le Guennec to temporarily store 15 to 17 trash bags full of artwork in 1973, after the artist’s death. She eventually took the works back, but gave one bag to the electrician to keep. Picasso’s Electrician Back in Court, Admits to Lying Le Guennec went on to add that Jacqueline “had problems with “Claude,R Picasso ” who’s in charge now of the estate of his father implying that she wanted to keep the works away from her stepson. “Claude Picasso” is the son of the artist and Françoise Gilot, and manages the Picasso administration. “Claude Picasso” you must know there’s persons to blame for Jaqueline Picasso death. I requested authentication for my paintings from Picasoo administration. “Claude Picasso” and it was in his opinion that this artwork was not done by his father Pablo Picasso. I challenge Mr “Claude Picasso” for a forensics examination and fingerprint testing to be done on my painting that will prove it was done by the big artist Picasso. Picasoo handsprint & fingerprints are Available and are in the police station files after he was arrested mistakenly for the Mona Lisa painting when it was stolen at the time. http://www.peterpaulbiro.com/Forensics.html
1- the truth is no one is going to fake 100 Picasoo paintings & artwork & the painting known to the rest of world as “Jaqueline in Turkish costume by Picasoo 1955 who is going to fake this painting as F. Leger 1948. ? No one the truth is this painting was gifted to Mr Picasso by F.Leger & Mr Picasso has done this painting again in 1955 only after the death of his friend F.Leger and he made this painting once only in the memory of his friend and then use a white background if you notice on this painting here has a red background and that is the colours that the artist F. Leger was using for his paintings in the 1940s.
2- If experts think Mr Picasso did this bull painting ONLY once on ceramic plate and he did not make this bull artwork on nothing else they must be crazy. The colours are exact same colours on the ceramic plate in the Paris museum & 100% the same bull artwork that you can’t find anywhere online & the fact is that the Pencil artwork is missing before Mr Picasso mad the artwork on the ceramic plate he must drawn this artwork on a paper where is that paper the original drawing is also missing from history of Picasoo artwork.
3- And if experts think mr Picasso did this Little girls painting showing here back only & did not identify this little girl and shown her face they must be crazy. Including you & I have two painting on canvas showing the little girls face and here identity. And Surely Mr Picasso smarter than just drawing that little girls without identifying or showing here face to the world & his fans.
4- the same reference number 348.MF.763 Is used only on all my oil paintings dated 1960. Tho they mad mistake and some of them says they’re actually dated 1906 and not 1960. Notice The French frames on all my actual paintings.
5- 1982 That year was used on the back of three out of my (50) oil paintings for the artist Picasoo in the front of this three paintings it’s signed by the artist & date on the front as 1958/1959/1960 & instead of adding the year in the front of the painting they have added the year when they were adding the information on the back stickers of the paintings.
The are artist listed in our gallery 1 -Pablo Picasso 2- Andy Warhol 3- Edgar Degas 4-Vincent van Gogh 5- Jean-Michel Basquiat 6- Pierre-Auguste Renoir 7- Fernand Léger 8- Constantin Brancusi 9- John Constable 10- Georges Rouault 11- Stanley Spencer 12- Joan. Miro 13-Georges Braque 14- Mario Sironi 15- Diego Rivera 16-Francis Picabia 17-Joseph Menkes. 18-Laurence Stephen Lowry 19-Jackson Pollock 20-Frida Kahlo