Painted by the Spanish legend in 1921 during his Crystal Cubist period, Picasso's Nature Morte is a small still life estimated to be worth over $1 million. Interested parties now have a chance to own it for a hair over $100. The work is being raffled off by Paris-based non-profit Aider les Autres (translated from French as "Help the Others"), with the proceeds going to CARE International for the rehabilitation of schools and supplies of clean water in Cameroun, Madagascar, and Morocco. The painting is currently on view at the Picasso Museum in Paris, measures roughly 9" x 18", and comes with certificates of authenticity signed by two of the artist's children, Maya Widmaier-Picasso and Claude Ruiz-Picasso. The drawing will take place in Paris on March 30.