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Visitors queue in front of the Petit Palais in Paris, France on February 12, 1967, the last day of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso's exhibition there. (AP Photo/Eustache Cardenas)
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One can be a genius painter, one is nevertheless a man and food is a very serious matter indeed. This is what Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, right, seems to say. He is choosing a lobster for his dinner, at the famous restaurant Coco-Nut Beach in Nice, France on June 21, 1964. The restaurant owner on left is unidentified. (AP Photo)
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Portrait of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso taken in April 1959. (AP Photo)
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Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, left, and French artist and poet Jean Cocteau wave to the audience of a bullfight in Vallauris, France on Aug. 7, 1956 while a bikini-clad dancer from the Lido in Paris poses between them. (AP Photo)
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Bull-fighting was brought to the French Riviera, by Spanish painter Pablo Picasso. Two authentic Spanish bull-fighters, Jose Montero and Pepe Luis Marca, and the only French lady "Toreador", Pierrette Le Bordiec, 23, fought 6 Camargue bulls, who escaped from the encounter with their lives. In front of one of his posters advertising the bull fight, Pablo Picasso, with Pierrette Le Bordiec, unseen, plays bull-fighting at Vallauris, France on August 1, 1954. (AP Photo/Louis)
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Painter Pablo Picasso opened the season of the French Riviera by presiding a bull-fight, given at Vallauris onthe French Riviera on August 1, 1954. Two Spanish bull-fighters appeared, Jose Montero and Pepe Luis Marca, also the only French "Senorita Toreador", Pierrette Le Bordiec. In this image young Pierrette Le Bordiec, 23, is seen during her passes with a young bull from the Camargue swamps. (AP Photo/Louis)
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Francoise Gillot, wife of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, leads the traditional parade on horseback at the opening of the bull-fight season on August 1, 1954 in Vallauris at the French Riviera. (AP Photo/Louis)
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Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, left, talks to French communist leader Maurice Thorez upon the later's return from a visit to the USSR, on April 22, 1953 in Paris, France. (AP Photo)
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Wearing a fur-lined leather jacket over a velvet suit and with a bow tie, Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, strolls arms in arm with Vera Clouzot, wife of the director of the film "Wages of Fear" at the Fifth International Film Festival in Cannes, France on April 15, 1953. Because of his attire, the organizers of the festival were at first reluctant to admit him but on Picasso's own insistence they let him in. At left French actor Yves Montand and French film director Georges-Henri Clouzot at right. (AP Photo)
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From left to right, sitting in the VIP stand at the funeral of French poet Paul Eluard are: French poet and artist Jean Cocteau; daughter of Eluard; French poet and editor Louis Aragon; Dominique Eluard; Spanish artist Pablo Picasso; French writer Elsa Triolet and French author Vercors (Jean Marcel Bruller) on November 22, 1952 at the Pere-Lachaise cemetery in Paris, France. (AP Photo/Jean Jacques Levy)
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Spanish-born artist, Pablo Picasso, is seen addressing the public session of the World Peace Congress in the City Hall, Sheffield, United Kingdom on Nov. 13, 1950. Seated at table (left of picture), is the "red" Dean of Canterbury, Very Rev. Hewlett Johnson, D.D., B.Sc. .Prof. James G. Crowther, Chairman of the British committee said that the short Sheffield session has been a great success. (AP Photo/Dennis Lee Royle)
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Pablo Picasso, famed 66-year-old Spanish artist who has lived most of his life in France, suns himself on the beach at Golfe Juan in Vallauris on the French Riviera on March 10, 1948. Entering a new period in his varied artistic career, Picasso has turned to painting pottery at the nearby town of Vallauris. He was not yet publicity exhibited his work on ceramics. (AP Photo)
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Pablo Picasso, famed 66-year-old Spanish artist who has lived most of his life in France, suns himself on a boat on the beach at Golfe Juan in Vallauris on the French Riviera on March 10, 194. Entering a new period in his varied artistic career, Picasso has turned to painting pottery at the nearby town of Vallauris. (AP Photo)
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