If you’ve ever wanted to be the owner of a Picasso painting, now is your chance.
Picasso’s ‘Nature Morte’ is valued at US$1 million (AU$1.5 million), but art lovers will have the chance to own it for just €100 (AU$163) - the cost of a charity raffle ticket.
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The oil canvas painting measures 9 inches by 18 inches, and was painted by Pablo Picasso back in 1921. It’s currently on show in the Picasso Museum in Paris, where it will remain until March 31 when tickets will be drawn for the international NGO, Care.
There are 200,000 tickets available, and anyone can make a purchase.
The last Picasso raffle was won in 2013 by a man in Pennsylvania, CNN reported.
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