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Odd Question About Picasso Print(?)/Don Quixote

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  • Odd Question About Picasso Print(?)/Don Quixote

    I was recently given this item, which I was told was a lithograph of Picasso's Don Quixote, but I'm a bit puzzled. Size is roughly 16 by (just under) 23 inches, and looking at the image, it appears to be a lithograph (no dots, and the image of layering of some of the ink in places). However, it's on this weird textured surface, rather than a smooth art paper. So is it a lithograph, or a good quality modern print? Like I said, I can't see any pixels under magnification, and in some spots, there's a layering effect, while in other places, you can see where the ink didn't quite cover the paper underneath, leaving little white spots. I'd be grateful for any help.
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    No expert on Picasso or litho's but my guess would be a good quality print. Usually lithographs are numbered and signed by the artist outside of the image area. Not saying that this is always the case as there are always exceptions. I believe Picasso is one of the most forged artists in history.


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