André Salmon face à Picasso, « Le premier artiste de son âge »

  • Peter Read University of Kent
Parole chiave: Salmon, Picasso, Mécislas Golberg, Rimbaud, Boy With a Pipe, Demoiselles d’Avignon, Woman in a Garden


André Salmon and Pablo Picasso enjoyed a close relationship from 1905 onwards and Salmon’s poetry and prose offer exceptionally clear-sighted responses to Picasso’s work. Writing as an insider and eye-witness, Salmon provides vivid insights and key information on individual works, but also identifies and highlights significant turning points in the artist’s development. Picasso cold-shouldered Salmon from 1935 to 1951, because of his journalistic activities. Once reconciled, they saw each other regularly in Sanary-sur-Mer and a late Picasso drawing indicates his interest in La Terreur noire, Salmon’s 1959 history of anarchism.


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