Pablo Picasso's print of a woman with a hair bun demonstrates his aptitude for rendering multiple perspectives into one composition. Forming her body with both angled and rounded geometric shapes and lines, the artist's manipulation of viewpoint results in a complex but legible rendering of a woman. Lithograph on Arches paper published between the years 1979-1982 in an edition of 500 plus 34 Artist’s Proofs by the Estate of Picasso (Marina Picasso). Pencil-signed by Marina Picasso with the embossed blindstamp ‘A limited edition after a work by Pablo Picasso’ lower right, embossed Printer’s Chop lower left and the Estate ink stamp 'Approved by the heirs of Pablo Picasso', verso. Chromist: Laurent Marcel Salinas. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.