Picasso and Jacqueline
David Douglas Duncan presents a photographic record of the life which Picasso and Jacqueline shared together in their home. The author was a friend of the couple and records the time he spent with them, from his first visit in 1956 to Picasso's death in 1973 and afterwards, until Jacqueline herself died in 1986. He portrays their everyday domestic life, their leisure time and intimate moments and also shows Picasso at work on his paintings. Duncan recalls "The three of us enjoyed a life so close and casual and natural that I was able to use my cameras as though neither they nor I existed". Duncan is a well-known photographer and has written over 16 books.
Specifications of Picasso and Jacqueline
|Author||David Douglas Duncan|
|Publisher||W W Norton & Co Inc|
|Number Of Pages||239|
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