|The Villa Notre Dame de Vie at Mougins on the French |
Riviera, where Picasso lived for most of the years from
1961 until his death in 1973.
|Pablo Picasso's granddaughter, Marina Picasso (the daughter of Picasso's oldest son, Paulo), poses outside La Californie, which she renamed, Pavillon de Flore. The property overlooks Cannes, and recently sold for more than $110-million.|
|Grenier de Picasso (Picasso's attic).|
|Picasso in his Paris studio with|
his wood-burning stove, 1944.
|Picasso's view, the old harbor of Cannes. When high-rise|
buildings came and blocked his view in 1961, Picasso left.
|The Bay of Cannes, 1958, Pablo Picasso.|
|The Villa Notre Dame de Vie today bears only a modest|
resemblance to the house Picasso knew. Modernization
has erased all but the Picasso mystique--that which jacks
up its property value.
|Naked Woman in the Necklace, 1968, Pablo Picasso|
|The Villa Notre Dame de Vie, then and now.|
|Mont Sainte-Victoire with Large Pine, 1887, Paul Cezanne|
|Pablo Picasso's castle--Château Vauvernargues, Aix-en- Provence, in the foothills of Mont Sainte-Victoire.|