Françoise Gilot Collection 1944-1965


Françoise Gilot Collection 1944-1965

While the collection is primarily made up of the working drafts for Gilot's work , a substantial portion is comprised of the correspondence received by Pablo Picasso during the years 1948-1951. Life with Picasso




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