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Boy Who Bit Picasso

Author: Antony Penrose
Pub Date: 01/08/2010
Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
This delightful children's book is a wonderful introduction to Picasso. It tells the true story of Antony Penrose, son of the photographer Lee Miller and the painter and writer Roland Penrose and his childhood friendship with the great artist.
ISBN: 9780500238738
Availability: Out of Stock

£9.95



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This delightful children's book is a wonderful introduction to Picasso. It tells the true story of Antony Penrose, son of the photographer Lee Miller and the painter and writer Roland Penrose and his childhood friendship with the great artist. Some sixty-five enchanting illustrations accompany the text, including Picasso's most appealing artworks, plus evocative archive photography by Lee Miller. An inspiring look at the creative practices of an artist, this is an illustrated book to enthral and inspire young art fans of four and over.
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