A hand-signed and numbered collotype print after the painting "Le Bouteille de Rhum" which hangs in the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. Published by Guy Spitzer, Paris 1965 with the stamp verso. Beautifully matted and framed. The Fragmented into planes, this still life by Pablo Picasso portrays a bottle of rum seen through different viewpoints rather than through the Western tradition of linear perspective. Layered over one another, the two-dimensional planes represent the varying viewpoints of the work that insinuate the three-dimensions of the object itself.