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by Malraux AndrE
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  • Author:
    Malraux AndrE
  • ISBN:
    0030137519
  • ISBN13:
    978-0030137518
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    Henry Holt & Company, Inc.; 1st Edition edition (October 1976)
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Following Pablo Picasso's death in 1973, André Malraux was summoned by Jacqueline Picasso, the artist's widow, to her home at Mougins in the South of France.

Following Pablo Picasso's death in 1973, André Malraux was summoned by Jacqueline Picasso, the artist's widow, to her home at Mougins in the South of France. There, surrounded by Picasso's powerful last paintings "painted face to face with death," and his art collection destined for the Louvre, Malraux recollected Picasso's rebellious life and the metamorphosis of his art.

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Following Pablo Picasso's death in 1973, Andre Malraux was summoned by Jacqueline Picasso, the artist's .

Following Pablo Picasso's death in 1973, Andre Malraux was summoned by Jacqueline Picasso, the artist's widow, to her home at Mougins in the South of France. In Picasso's Mask, Malraux's memories, at once personal and historical, evoke Picasso as a private man and as a legendary artistic genius. Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. Following Pablo Picasso's death in 1973, Andr Malraux was summoned by Jacqueline Picasso, the artist's widow, to her home at Mougins in the South of France.

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item 1 Picasso's Mask by Malraux, Andr� Paperback Book The Cheap Fast Free Post -Picasso's Mask by Malraux, Andr� Paperback Book The Cheap Fast Free Post. item 2 Picasso's Mask by Malraux, Andr� Paperback Book The Cheap Fast Free Post -Picasso's Mask by Malraux, Andr� Paperback Book The Cheap Fast Free Post. In this text, Andre Malraux recollects a number of his conversations with Picasso. Malraux was intimately involved in French intellectual life, as philosopher, novelist, soldier, statesman and Secretary for Cultural Affairs, and he knew the painter well.

La Tête d'obsidienne (1974) (translated as Picasso's Mask) concerns Picasso, and visual art more generally. A particularly important aspect of Malraux's thinking about art is his explanation of the capacity of art to transcend time.

Picasso's Mask (1976). Chanel, General De Gaulle and Picasso are the three most important figures of our time. André Malraux, Préface du Temps du mépris (1935), Malraux citations sur ww. La condition humaine (1933)

Picasso's Mask (1976). As quoted in Paris, Paris : Journey Into the City of Light‎ (2005) by David Downie, p. 87. The artist is not the transcriber of the world, he is its rival. La condition humaine (1933). If a man is not ready to risk his life, where is his dignity?

Following Pablo Picasso’s death in 1973, André Malraux was summoned by Jacqueline Picasso, the artist’s widow, to her home at Mougins in the South of France.

Following Pablo Picasso's death in 1973, André Malraux was summoned by Jacqueline Picasso, the artist's widow, to her home at Mougins in the South of France. There, surrounded by Picasso's powerful last paintings "painted face to face with death," and his art collection destined for the Louvre, Malraux recollected Picasso's rebellious life and the metamorphosis of his art. In Picasso's Mask, Malraux's memories, at once personal and historical, evoke Picasso as a private man and as a legendary artistic genius. For over half a century, André Malraux (1901-1976) was intimately involved in French intellectual life, as philosopher, novelist, soldier, statesman, and secretary for cultural affairs. Malraux knew Picasso well, and here recollects a number of his conversations with the painter. In rich, evocative, and memory-filled prose, he has written an inspiring and moving reminiscence. Picasso's Mask is one of the most profound works in Malraux's remarkable oeuvre.