At a glance:
- Author: Richard B. Lyttle
- First Published: 1989
- Time of Work: 18811973
- Setting: Spain and France
- Genres: Nonfiction, Biography, Children's literature
- Subjects: Europe or Europeans, Art or artists, War, Painting or painters, Personality, Biography, Cubism, Spain or Spanish people
- Locales: France, Europe, Spain
Form and Content
As the subtitle of Pablo Picasso: The Man and the Image suggests, Richard B. Lyttle attempts to reveal Picasso’s stubborn and, at times, selfish determination to control. For example, Lyttle discusses an incident in which an American art dealer came to Picasso’s studio wanting to purchase some of his works and willing to pay a considerable amount for them. Picasso, however, was more interested in the man’s new London hat. He told the dealer that, if he brought him a hat exactly like it, then they could do business. The man rushed back to England,...
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