PARIS (AP) — A retired French electrician and his wife have come forward with 271 undocumented, never-before-seen works by Pablo Picasso estimated to be worth at least 60 million euros ($79.35 million), an administrator of the artist’s estate said Monday.
The electrician, who once worked for Picasso, and his wife for years squirreled away the staggering trove — which is believed to be authentic — inside a trunk in the garage of their home on the French Riviera.
The cache, dating from the artist’s most creative period from 1900 to 1932, includes lithographs, portraits, watercolors, and sketches — plus nine Cubist collages said to be worth 40 million euros alone, according to French daily Liberation, which first reported Monday on the discovery…
[not all 1001 listed here, but since i will probably never find loads of these in Serbia[n], seemed worth d/l and sharing. link is at the bottom of the list, hope some of you will find this useful as well;]
Is the inro for sale? What do you have to do with inro and netsuke?Are you in Japan?
I collect them. I have quite a few and love them. I’m in the US. The ones posted are either museum pieces or from antique sites. Some are or were for sale. If you’re interested you can contact them and inquire. Have a great week. :) Artemis.