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100 1  Picasso, Pablo,|d1881-1973. 
240 10 Correspondence.|kSelections.|lEnglish 
245 10 Pablo Picasso, Gertrude Stein :|bcorrespondence /|cedited 
       by Laurence Madeline ; translated by Lorna Scott Fox. 
246 30 Correspondence 
264  1 London ;|aNew York :|bSeagull,|c2008. 
300    xxxvi, 390 pages :|billustrations, photographs ;|c23 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  The French list 
500    Letters from Picasso to G. and Leo Stein, including some 
       of their correspondence. 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 373-382) and 
       index. 
505 00 |gAcknowledgements --|gPreface --|gA note on sources --
       |gTranslator's preface --|gList of illustrations and 
       photograph credits -- The Letters.|tPainter and His 
       Patrons ;|tPainter and The Writer ;|tTheir Different Wars 
       ;|tRoad to Belley ;|tEnd of a Friendship --|gAppendix :
       |tUndated Documents --|gBibliography --|gIndex. 
520 1  "Pablo Picasso was one of the most prodigious and 
       revolutionary artists in the history of Western painting. 
       Gertrude Stein was an avant-garde American writer, art 
       collector, eccentric and self-styled genius. Her Paris 
       home was the leading salon for artists and writers between
       the Wars. Picasso painted Stein's portrait and they became
       firm friends." "Their correspondence extends across a time
       of extraordinary social and political change, between 1906
       and 1944, effectively from the Belle Epoque to the German 
       Occupation of the Second World War. Both wrote in French -
       a language neither ever entirely mastered." "Written as 
       letters, cards and scribbled notes, their intimate 
       correspondence touches lightly on both the weighty and the
       everyday - holidays, money, dinner invitations, art, 
       family, lovers, travel arrangements, how work goes, or the
       war." "The correspondence has been carefully edited and is
       presented by period, each introduced with an outline of 
       significant personal and historical events of the time. 
       Explanatory notes to the letters are rich in background 
       detail. The volume also features photographs, facsimiles 
       of postcards and letters as well as sketches, drawings and
       paintings by Picasso."--Jacket. 
546    Translated from French. 
600 10 Picasso, Pablo,|d1881-1973|vCorrespondence. 
600 10 Stein, Gertrude,|d1874-1946|vCorrespondence. 
600 10 Picasso, Pablo,|d1881-1973|xFriends and associates. 
600 10 Stein, Gertrude,|d1874-1946|xFriends and associates. 
600 17 Picasso, Pablo,|d1881-1973.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00028123 
600 17 Stein, Gertrude,|d1874-1946.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00030233 
650  0 Authors and artists. 
650  7 Authors and artists.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01741729 
650  7 Friendship.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00935174 
655  7 Records and correspondence.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423917 
700 1  Stein, Leo,|d1872-1947. 
700 1  Madeline, Laurence. 
700 1  Fox, Lorna Scott. 
700 12 Stein, Gertrude,|d1874-1946.|tCorrespondence.|kSelections.
       |lEnglish. 
830  0 French list. 
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