©Пабло Пикассо - Сидящая Дора Маар 1938

A rooster 1938 Candle, palette, head of red bull 1938 Candle, palette, head of red bull 1938 Dora Maar Seated 1938 Faun's head 1938 Head 1938 Man with a straw hat and an ice-cream 1938
Пабло Пикассо - Сидящая Дора Маар 1938

Сидящая Дора Маар 1938
68x62см чернила, гуашь и масляная краска на бумаге на холсте
Tate Gallery, London, UK
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From Tate Gallery, London:
Dora Maar was a painter who exhibited with the Surrealist group, before becoming a photographer and reporter. She was Picasso's mistress in the late 1930s and the war years, and one of his most important models during that period. A formidable personality, she was instrumental in encouraging Picasso's political awareness. He also admitted to being somewhat afraid of her. This work shows Dora as a smart, independent French woman, with her hands crossed elegantly in her lap.