Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler – (Pablo Picasso) Previous Next


Style: Analytical Cubism

Topic: Portraits Men Famous People

Date: 1910

Size: 100 x 72 cm

Museum: Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, United States)

Technique: Oil On Canvas

"Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler" (Spanish: Retrato de Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler) is a 1910 oil on canvas painting by Pablo Picasso in the Analytical Cubism style. It was completed in 1910, and is in the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. The artwork displays brown as its prominent color, with dimensions 100.5 cm × 73 cm.
The painting depicts Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, who owned an art gallery in France. The artwork depicts the calm character and diversity of Kahnweiler by using several cubical structures on the canvas. Kahnweiler's head, hands, suit, and a still life to the left remain identifiable. Gifted by Mrs. Gilbert W. Chapman in memory of Charles B. Goodspeed in 1948 to Art Institute of Chicago.



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