Picasso and Françoise Gilot: Paris–Vallauris, 1943–1953
This publication explores Picasso’s portrayals of life with Francoise Gilot and their young family in the decade they spent together, including over 150 of his paintings, sculptures, works on paper, prints, and ceramic objects. Gilot was a budding young painter when she met Picasso by chance at a café in 1943. The ten years they subsequently spent together was a time of transformation in Picasso’s paintings that coincided with revolutionary inventions in lithography, sculpture, and ceramics. The book also presents thirty works by Gilot alongside Picasso’s innovative depictions of her and their family life. This book is rare and out of print. We have a few shrink wrapped copies for purchase.
Hardbound, 378 pages, 9-5/8 × 12-3/8 inches, 2012, Rizzoli/Gagosian
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