|Birth: ||Oct. 25, 1881|
|Death: ||Apr. 8, 1973|
Artist. Considered one of the most important artists of all time, he created hundreds of works of art encompassing paintings, statues and sculptures. Well-known is the picture "Guernica," which shows his protest against acts of violence and war. Leaving Spain as a refugee, he lived and created mostly in France. His grave is decorated with his own sculpture "Woman with the Vase" (1933), shown during the World exhibition of 1937 in Paris. His grave is situated on the private land with no public admittance. At his personal request, his widow Jacqueline and his son Paul gave Picasso's enormous private art collection to the French state.
Paul Picasso (1921 - 1975)*
Cause of death: Heart attack
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Castle Vauvenargues Estate Grounds
Departement des Bouches-du-Rhone
Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
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Record added: Nov 28, 1999
Find A Grave Memorial# 7374
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Dear Pablo Picasso: I am sure that you anticipated nanotechnology. It will bring your mummified body back to life. The anagram of NATION is NANO IT. I love all of your art. Especially the Harlequins. Mike Pearson. I am like a guardian angel.|
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