(1907-1997) An artist from the 1920s until her death, in her youth she was a photographer close to the Surrealists and avant-garde artistic movements, before devoting herself to painting and drawing on the advice of Picasso, whom she met in 1936. After her break-up in the early 1940s, she turned to the Catholic religion and bought a house in Ménerbes, in the south of France: the Provençal countryside inspired her to paint many landscapes, close to abstraction.

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