Between the years of 1946 and 1956, Pablo Picasso pulled concepts from his earlier creations, a series of drawings and watercolor, in order to form Le Concert, 1956. Pablo Picasso chose pochoir -- a printing technique that produces refined, crisp lines and brilliant colors -- as a favorite for Femmes et Faunes. Picassos authorization for the reproduction of these prints is demonstrated by the fact that the paper of each print is impressed with a water mark reading, Ceci est une reproduction Picasso', together with the artists signature. Without the inclusion of the watermark, you could be forgiven for believing that you were holding an original Picasso drawing.
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Dallas Museum of Art (DMA)