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Old July 3rd 03, 01:56 PM
A.M.Heindorff
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Victor Manta wrote in message
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I have enjoyed the pages,


Great! Then my mission is achieved ;-)

but not the most of paintings. Of course, it isn't
the fault of the webmaster if such frightful women were painted by him :-)


Personally I don't see "frightful women" everywhere
in his production, but a great number of other motifs
-- of course, this is a matter of taste. But on a philatelic
site I have, naturally, focused on what is available on
stamps ;-)


For years I'm searching on the Internet for an article, written by a

French
journalist (I think), in which he reproduces his interview with Picasso.

The
artist was quite aged then, and he explained that everything that he done
was pure provocation, and not art as such.


Has somebody already seen that article?


You may be thinking of the interview by the British
TV-journalist, John Richardson, to which I am referring
on my site. It resumes interviews over time with all
of Picasso's family. Paulo's son, Maya, Paloma,
Claude, Francoise Gilot, and a number of his friends.
It also shows shots of the artist live, in his various
ateliers. I don't have the original thing, but have
taped it from a recent transmission on Danish TV.

It explains that he was deeply influenced throughout
his life by his young sister Conchita's early death
(from TB).

Ann Mette Heindorff
http://arthistory1.school.dk/picasso-intro.htm









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