Francis Picabia (1879‑1953)
Date 1930
MediumOil paint and resin on canvas
Dimensionssupport: 1940 x 1303 mm frame: 2170 x 1515 x 108 mm
Acquisition Purchased with assistance from the Estate of Andre Deutsch and Tate Members 2005
Image credit© ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2002
Francis Picabia, 'Otaïti, 1930
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Francis Picabia,
'Otaïti', 1930
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