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I wanted to know if pissasso ever did any painting called

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I wanted to know if pissasso ever did any painting called two children
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Customer: on the back of the picture is written Mini Masters Picasso Title Two Children
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Customer: Gaylord Bros Inc. Syracuse New York 13201 Stockton Ca 95201
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Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  rarewares replied 9 months ago.

This is a reproduction piece published by Gaylord Brothers of New York and California in the 1970's. It was one of their mini-masters series, a collection of famous paintings reproduced and framed. This is a print of Picasso's Two Children painting done in 1951. This piece you have is valued at $20 to $25.00.

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