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Francoise Gilot was the only lover who dared to leave Picasso. They were together from 1943 until 1953. They had two children: Claude and Paloma. Francoise was married when they had their children, but she divorced to get her children aknowledged by Picasso by giving them his name. In 1955 when first wife Olga died, they could get married but Picasso married Jacqueline Rogue instead. In 1965, ten years after their relationship, Francoise wrote a book about their life together. Picasso was furious and never wanted to see her or their children again.
Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper
Size:8 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in
Size with Frame:13.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Dear reader, thank you for looking at my work. I graduated as a graphic designer in '86 at the Royal Art Academy of The Hague in the Netherlands. Since that time I've developped myself by seeking adventures in painting, working with new media and organising larger art projects, working with many people. I use bright colors though I enjoy subtle colors just as much. I make abstracts with a touch of realism. The last 17 years I developped a specialism in Photography. I make most of the photographs myself, others I pick from the internet and alter them in a computerprogram. I live to learn, love and take care and I give it back in a "window story". My wish is to bring all kinds of people together, make them look and think in different directions, in order to experience a moment of surprise and happiness. www.saskiaserle.com www.vliegendtapijtgouda.nl www.atelierserle.com
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