Life with Picasso
Anchor Books/Doubleday, 1964 - 373 pages
Francoise Gilot met Picasso during the German occupation of Paris, she was twenty-one, he was sixty-two. For nearly a decade, Gilot shared her life with this giant of the art world, giving birth to two of his children, working as his model, and sharing his world. This uniquely candid and vivid memoir takes readers behind the Piccasso legend to meet the man.
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Marie Laurencin turned red, Apollinaire grew purple, but Max stayed very calm
and angelic-looking. "I think Apollinaire was Max's favorite target," Pablo said. "
He could always be sure of getting a rise out of him. Apollinaire's mother, who
|ot everyone Pablo talked sculpture with saw it through his eyes — or cared to.
Every year after the Liberation, a committee of the friends of Guillaume
Apollinaire would periodically revive their old project of a memorial monument to
From time to time Apollinaire's widow, Jacqueline, would come to see if she
couldn't move Pablo to action. "You really owe it to the memory of Apollinaire to
do something," she told him. "It's not so important, in the end, whether it's
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LibraryThing ReviewAvis d'utilisateur - bakersfieldbarbara - LibraryThing
An interesting book, but I kept wondering how Ms Gilot remembered all of what she wrote about. Did she take notes, knowing one day that she would write a book about her life with Picasso? If all of ... Consulter l'avis complet
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