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Episode 3

By 1906, Picasso has met with Matisse. They look, behave and paint very differently to each other. There is respect but also rivalry between the two of them.

Author Sue Roe's account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the 1900's:

3. Picasso works in the vicinity of other artists such as Derain and Vlaminck. And also Matisse. The two of them are like chalk and cheese!

Producer Duncan Minshull.

15 minutes

Last on

Thu 7 Aug 2014 00:30

Credits

Role Contributor
Reader Stella Gonet
Producer Duncan Minshull
Abridger Katrin Williams
Author Sue Roe

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  • Wed 6 Aug 2014 09:45
  • Thu 7 Aug 2014 00:30

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