2023099: 19 Volumes, including: II/2, IV, VI-XV, and XXVIII-XXXIII. A catalogue raisonné is a printed collection of the accepted artworks of an artist that has been created by the artist themselves or by ‘producers’ , which include authors, editors, committees, experts, or publishers, to assist collectors in identifying works by the artist and protect the art market from forgeries. Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre gravé et des monotypes, 1959-1965. Tome VII Addendum. It contains 412 posters included in the Czwiklitzer dtv catalogue, which in total has 475 entries. He covers only those prints which Picasso made for book illustrations, thus he describes the previously overlooked collation of the prints. The latest in Picasso catalogues is Cramer’s perspective. For online auction sellers and collectors of prints by a famous artist, from Pablo Picasso to Norman Rockwell, a "catalogue raisonne" is an invaluable information resource. - Dimensions: 13 Catalogues raisonne are large illustrated books used by Sotheby's, Christies, major museums and advanced collectors to help identify and authenticate prints. The new catalogue raisonné doesn’t dismiss the old; it adds and subtracts, but most importantly it builds off the previous scholarship. Miguel Orozco's Catalogue Raisonné of Picasso Posters is quite different from previous compendiums of his affiches. Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre gravé et des monotypes, 1946-1958. From a Yonkers, NY collection. Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre gravé et des monotypes, 1966-1968.