Somebody paid $3,500 for this
Why did Picasso, master draughtsman, choose to paint a portrait
like this? - Why Braque . . . Derain. . . Matisse... Cezanne?
-What do they mean? What do you say when your pretty dinner
partner asks you? - Could you even tell if this were wrong side
up? - You've got to know. Not just gulp soup! - One way to find
out . . .
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