The three dancers was painted by Picasso in June 1925. The painting shows three dancers, the one on the right being barely visible. A macabre dance takes place, with the dancer on the left having her head bent at a near-impossible angle. The dancer on the right is usually interpreted as being Ramon Pichot, a friend of Picasso who died during the painting of three dancers. This is a canvas print on 240 gsm 100% cotton canvas and is dispatched as gallery wrap - i.e. Canvas is wrapped on a wooden frame making it absolutely ready to hang on the walls.