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|Title:||Picasso and the Theatre in France|
|Abstract:||The aim of this study is twofold. We begin by tracing Picasso's involvement in the theatre in France, his collaboration as a designer with important artistic avant-gardistes of his day. Secondly we study Picasso's work as a dramatist, analysing his two plays in detail and relating them to his work as an artist. We offer two appendices to supplement the research with pertinent information about his life and work in the theatre. The study undertaken here shows how the artist adapted his cubist precepts to theatrical subjects and thereby came to influence not only the art world, but the world of theatre as well.|
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