Françoise Gilot, ‘Portrait of a Woman’, 1950-1959, Lions Gallery
Françoise Gilot, ‘Portrait of a Woman’, 1950-1959, Lions Gallery
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Portrait of a Woman, 1950-1959

Lithograph
11 × 9 in
27.9 × 22.9 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
$600
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Lions Gallery
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Francois Gilot, (1921-) studied English Literature at Cambridge University, and then,
encouraged by …

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Francois Gilot, (1921-) studied English Literature at Cambridge University, and then,
encouraged by her father, studied international law, though she
secretly also took art lessons at the same time. In 1943, during her
first exhibition in Paris, Gilot (then 21) met Pablo Picasso (who was
61) for the first time. In 1946, …

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Françoise Gilot
French, b. 1921
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Claiming, “I must cancel the emptiness of the canvas like an opening gambit in a game of chess,” …

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Claiming, “I must cancel the emptiness of the canvas like an opening gambit in a game of chess,” Françoise Gilot came of age as an artist in the early 1940s, a member of the School of Paris, and has been pursuing a bold, Modernist vision in her paintings and prints ever since. She is perhaps best known for her …

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Françoise Gilot, ‘Portrait of a Woman’, 1950-1959, Lions Gallery
Françoise Gilot, ‘Portrait of a Woman’, 1950-1959, Lions Gallery
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About the work
Lions Gallery
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Francois Gilot, (1921-) studied English Literature at Cambridge University, and then,
encouraged by …

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Francois Gilot, (1921-) studied English Literature at Cambridge University, and then,
encouraged by her father, studied international law, though she
secretly also took art lessons at the same time. In 1943, during her
first exhibition in Paris, Gilot (then 21) met Pablo Picasso (who was
61) for the first time. In 1946, …

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Françoise Gilot
French, b. 1921
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Claiming, “I must cancel the emptiness of the canvas like an opening gambit in a game of chess,” …

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Claiming, “I must cancel the emptiness of the canvas like an opening gambit in a game of chess,” Françoise Gilot came of age as an artist in the early 1940s, a member of the School of Paris, and has been pursuing a bold, Modernist vision in her paintings and prints ever since. She is perhaps best known for her …

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Portrait of a Woman, 1950-1959

Lithograph
11 × 9 in
27.9 × 22.9 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
$600
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