Une amitié de quarante ans

November 2011
Beaux Arts Magazine;nov2011 hors-serie, p46
The article discusses the 40 year friendship between American art collector and writer Gertrude Stein and Spanish painter Pablo Picasso. It discusses Stein's first meeting with Picasso at his workshop in Paris, France, their instant friendship, and her influence, which allowed Picasso to redevelop his art. Also discussed are the execution of Picasso's portrait of Stein, Stein's interest in cubism, and how World War I influenced their relationship.


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