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Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Autograph correspondence with Max Pellequer, 1936-1947

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Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)
Autograph correspondence with Max Pellequer, 1936-1947
5 signed autograph letters on various supports and a card with a Banque Nationale pour le Commerce and l'Industrie heading with Picassos signature.
- Juan les Pins, 3 April XXXVI. 2 pages in-quarto. Black ink.
Beautiful intimate letter in which Picasso shares his address in Juan les Pins recommending that he not share it and mentions his planning. "I go to bed early, I get up early, I work. That is rest to me. I forget about all the shit.
In 1935, Picasso separated from Olga and started living with Marie-Thérèse Walter.
- Paris, 17 Nov. 37, 2 pages. Pencil.
- 2 XII 38. Verso invitation to the prix Paul Guillaume at Berheim Jeune. Blue pencil.
- Antibes, 19 Aug. 39. 1 page in-quarto. Pencil
- Golfe-Juan, 23 October 1947. 2 pages in-quarto. Blue ink
Picasso mentions his "ongoing work" and says he'll have "many things to show when they have passed the trial by fire".
In 1947, he moved to Golfe Juan with Francoise Gilot their son Claude born 15 May.
- Small card with Banque Nationale pour le Commerce and l'Industrie heading where, in the section 'reason of visit', PICASSO is handwritten in pencil.

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Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)
Autograph correspondence with Max Pellequer, 1936-1947
5 signed autograph letters on various supports and a card with a Banque Nationale pour le Commerce and l'Industrie heading with Picassos signature.
- Juan les Pins, 3 April XXXVI. 2 pages in-quarto. Black ink.
Beautiful intimate letter in which Picasso shares his address in Juan les Pins recommending that he not share it and mentions his planning. "I go to bed early, I get up early, I work. That is rest to me. I forget about all the shit.
In 1935, Picasso separated from Olga and started living with Marie-Thérèse Walter.
- Paris, 17 Nov. 37, 2 pages. Pencil.
- 2 XII 38. Verso invitation to the prix Paul Guillaume at Berheim Jeune. Blue pencil.
- Antibes, 19 Aug. 39. 1 page in-quarto. Pencil
- Golfe-Juan, 23 October 1947. 2 pages in-quarto. Blue ink
Picasso mentions his "ongoing work" and says he'll have "many things to show when they have passed the trial by fire".
In 1947, he moved to Golfe Juan with Francoise Gilot their son Claude born 15 May.
- Small card with Banque Nationale pour le Commerce and l'Industrie heading where, in the section 'reason of visit', PICASSO is handwritten in pencil.

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