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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But I'm interrupted continually every day and I'm hardly ever in a position to push
my thought right up to its last implication. A painting has to be transformed slowly
and sometimes I can't get to the point of adding that last weight of reflection that ...
I have less and less time, and yet I have more and more to say, and what I have
to say is, increasingly, something about what goes on in the movement of my
thought. I've reached the moment, you see, when the movement of my thought ...
My own thought in doing a painting is often a continuous non sequitur, a series of
jumps from one mountain peak to another. It's what you might call a
somnambulist's thought. That doesn't mean it can't be a kind of directed dream,
but that's just ...
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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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