For Picasso, food mixed with art, and his love of food profoundly affected his life and art. From Spain to Paris, to the Midi, the artistic genius sampled regional fares in cafes and at home; at dinner parties he enjoyed the local cuisine and his friends' creations. He made ceramic plates with fish on them; he drew with wine on cafe table paper; he captured portraits in cafes; and he and his friends designed wall art for the gathering places. Containing over 50 recipes, this book tells the stories behind the artist's favourite meals, from the fare he cooked as a youth in the Catalan hills, to the specialities of Els Quatre Gats in Barcelona, to the dinners made by his wife in the south of France.
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Book Description Pavilion Books, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111857938984