Picasso Style Pillows are inspired by artist Pablo Picasso. The Spanish artist Pablo Picasso is one of the most famous and influential artists of the modern era. Though more than capable of painting in a conventional, realistic fashion, Picasso (along with Georges Braque) developed analytic and synthetic cubism, the style for which he is most well-known. His paintings convey a unique sense of depth and motion, at once both familiar and alien, without evoking the uncanny valley.

City Bird Fishing Pillow Cover – This Picasso inspired contemporary wildlife scene pillow cover is hand embroidered using chain stitch embroidery. Unique design and Picasso cubism make this pillow artful and a must for any modern home. It would make an exciting accent pillow for your couch, sofa or home office. Give Contemporary Picasso Style Pillows as a gift to your family and friends who love art or decorate your home with this modern bird pillow. Expertly handcrafted chain-stitch embroidery with a design inspired by the works of modern artist.  Enjoy the deep colors and contemporary design.

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Kashmiri artisans work together in a cottage industry, handcrafting the entire piece from the design, to the wool, to the beautiful chain-stitch embroidery, the finest in the world. No child labor used and these contemporary throw pillow covers are made by highly skilled artisans making a living wage.

Picasso Style Bird Fishing Pillow Cover is 70% wool and 30% cotton with a canvas back. Pillow insert not included but can be bought from any fabric store locally. The Kashmir wool thread makes it soft to the touch, and the raised-swirl texture of the embroidery delights the senses. 18 inches – sizes vary slightly as items are hand crafted. Dry clean. Pillow covers are easy to remove as they have hidden flap, 2 button or zipper closure at back or along one side edge.

One, Fair Trade, 18″,  Picasso Style Pillow Cover, Bird Fishing.

For more of the same, or information about the inspiration, please check out our Artist Page – Pablo Picasso.