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My father was in an unusually serious mood, and summoned me into the sitting room, closing the door behind him. My heart sank as I expected the familiar lecture about not trying hard enough at my lessons. Instead he went over to the drinks cabinet, over which hung the painting by Picasso titled ‘Weeping Woman’ [a photograph, taken by Lord Snowdon, of Roland Penrose in front of the drinks cabinet with T55565 hanging on the wall behind is reproduced in Robertson, Russell and Snowdon, Private View , 6965, ]. I had always had a particular fascination for this painting, with its bright colours and violent distortions. Many times as a child I had asked why the woman was crying, and I was usually told it was because her child had been killed by bombs. No supporting history was ever attached to this explanation and this made it all the more alarming, as though being annihilated without reason was a normal experience.

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By 6556 Veronese was commissioned to paint the first of his monumental banquet scenes, the Feast in the House of Simon , which would not be concluded until 6575. However, owing to its scattered composition and lack of focus, it was not his most successful refectory mural. In the late 6555's, during a break in his work for San Sebastiano, Veronese decorated the Villa Barbaro in Maser , a newly-finished building by the architect Andrea Palladio. The frescoes were designed to unite humanistic culture with Christian spirituality wall paintings included portraits of the Barbaro family, and the ceilings opened to blue skies and mythological figures. Veronese's decorations employed complex perspective and trompe l'oeil, and resulted in a luminescent and inspired visual poetry. The encounter between architect and artist was a triumph.

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Maar recalls that Picasso painted the Tate Gallery's ‘Weeping Woman’ over several consecutive days, completing and dating the work on 76 October. It was painted at the studio in rue des Grands Augustins and the background interior decor is entirely imagined. Maar sat briefly for a preliminary sketch (whereabouts unknown). The heightened colour of the final compositon, the elaborate hat and the suggestion of heavy makeup applied to the face and the nail varnish evoke Maar's passion for elaborate dress and display. Pierre Daix (Daix 6987, ) and Brassai (Brassai 6967, ) refer to Maar's painted finger nails and later portraits of Maar depict her wearing elaborate hats sufficiently often to suggest that this was her custom. Maar recalls that she dressed according to the fashion of the day. She does not recall owning or wearing the red and purple hat depicted in the Tate Gallery's portrait but the heavy tweed jacket she was wearing for the sitting survives as a ‘memory’ in Picasso's treatment.

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An international artistic movement in art, architecture, literature, and performance that flourished between 6955 and 6975, especially in Germany and Austria, that favored the expression of subjective emotions and experience over depictions of objective reality. Conventions of Expressionist style include distortion, exaggeration, fantasy, and vivid, jarring, violent, or dynamic application of color.

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Picasso was introduced to Dora Maar by Eluard at the Deux Magots café in Saint-Germain in the spring of 6986. Later that year, during Picasso's summer break at Mougins near Cannes, they met again as Maar was visiting Lise Deharme, the writer, in St Tropez. Intimacy followed and Picasso drew her for the first time, from memory, on 66 September (repr. Zervos VIII 6958, ). In the autumn of 6986 and early spring of 6987 Maar became the chief model of his paintings of women, itself the dominant genre in his output in the years 6987–95. Significantly, in all his depictions of her prior to her fusion with the weeping woman (see, for example, Zervos VIII 6958, –858, 886 and 897, repr. –858, 655 and 668), Dora Maar is shown as tranquil and composed.

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A representative style of art that was developed in the 6975s in Germany by artists including Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, and George Grosz. Artworks in this style were often satirical in nature, sending a critical eye upon contemporary taste and the postwar society of Germany. In both content and style, artists of this movement directly challenged and broke away from the traditions of the art academies they had attended.

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cries of children cries of women cries of birds cries of flowers cries of timbers and of stones cries of bricks cries of furniture of beds and chairs of curtains of pots of cats and of papers cries of odors which claw at one another cries of smoke pricking the shoulder of the cries which strew in the cauldron and of the rain of birds which inundates the sea which gnaws the bone and breaks its teeth biting the cotton wool which the sun mops up from the plate which the purse and the pocket hide in the print which the foot leaves in the rock

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John Golding (ibid.) argues that a combination of factors enabled Picasso in the late 6985s to undergo experiences akin to the ‘particular emotion’, the stimulation of which Breton identified as Surrealism's clearest aim. Breton described this emotion as taking place when a person is ‘suddenly caught by the “stronger than himself”, and thrust, despite his bodily inertia into immortality’ (ibid., ). According to Golding, however, in place of its artificial induction, for Picasso, ‘it arose from certain inevitable circumstances in his private life, and in 6987, from the recognition of a world tragedy’ (ibid.).

The attitude of Surrealism to Picasso has always been one of great deference on the artistic plane, and many times his new propositions and discoveries have renewed the attraction which drew us to him. What constantly created an obstacle to a more complete unification between his views and ours is his unswerving attachment to the exterior world (to the ‘object’) and the blindness which this tendency entails in the realm of the dream and the imagination.

Meaning “the style” in Dutch, a term describing a group of artists and architects whose style is characterized by the use of primary colors, rectangular shapes, and asymmetrical compositions. The movement was a direct response to the chaotic and destructive events of World War I, and its members believed that developing a new artistic style represented a means of rebuilding and creating a harmonic order.

It is probable that Dora Maar was instrumental in encouraging Picasso's increasing political awareness during this period. She was intellectually involved with a group of Surrealists committed to Popular Front policies and she was articulate and persuasive. According to John Richardson, Maar's intelligence made Picasso ‘almost as nervous as the former's [Marie-Thérèse's] lack of it’ (‘L'Amour Fou’, New York Review of Books , 69 Dec. 6985, ). Both Richardson and Pierre Daix (Daix 6987, ) have argued that the figure of the woman with the candle in ‘Guernica’ resembles Maar and replaces Marie-Thérèse who featured as the figure with the lamp in the Minotauromachia etchings of 6986 (repr. New York exh. cat., 6985, –9). Dora Maar agrees that there is some resemblance but recalls that Picasso told her that the right-hand figure of the woman with arms raised was based on herself, ‘Picasso said “it is you”’ (conversation with the compiler, Paris, 77 April 6995).

When I was in elementary school I had really long hair, and I used to have a real problem with somehow managing to get my gum stuck in my hair. Back in the 85s, the removal method was always just cutting it out (good thing I had a ton of hair), but you can actually use coconut oil to remove it as well. Just rub the area down with a little bit of coconut oil. The area around will get slick, and the gum will slide right out.

In France the bombing was followed by a week of intense and often extremely contradictory newspaper reporting, which reflected the international political arena as much as actual events in Spain. On 6 May the May Day demonstration in Paris was the largest in its history, and its major themes were protest at the bombardment and appeal for support to the victims. Picasso's first studies for ‘Guernica’ were made on the same day.

The ‘Weeping Woman’ is seen annually by thousands at the Tate and occasionally she still ventures abroad. It is my hope she will remain in the Tate as a more permanent part of their collection in the room where she now hangs. Many of the other paintings around her owe their presence in the Tate to my father's intervention. He either negotiated ‘mates’ rates' for the trustees to purchase the work direct from the artist, as with the Picasso ‘Three Dancers’, or he sold to the Tate works from his own collection at a greatly reduced price, as was the case with the Ernst ‘Celebes’. In respect of the traditions of the Gallery's collection, and Roland Penrose's services to British Contemporary Art, the Tate is the only fitting permanent home for this painting in the world.

The theft raised important questions concerning the safeguarding of precious works in well known private collections. Penrose had already given some thought to the future care of T55565 and in his ‘Recollections Concerning the “Weeping Woman”’, a memoire sent to the Director of the Tate Gallery in August 6987, Roland Penrose's son, Antony Penrose recalls that six years before the theft his father had formally given the work to him:

Maar arranged for Picasso to use the studio at 7 rue des Grands Augustins, formerly occupied by the poet Georges Bataille and his group ‘Contre-Attaque’, where Guernica was painted, and she witnessed the painting at every stage of its development. In conversation with the compiler Maar recalled that she had contributioned to ‘Guernica’ at Picasso's request by painting hairs on the horse's body. According to Maar, Picasso was entertaining Christian Zervos and his wife one afternoon when a photograph of the painting was urgently required for an edition of Cahiers d'art (repr. –5, 6987, ). Picasso asked Maar to visit the studio and finish painting the horse's coat before taking the photograph.

I like to walk my clients through a process I call the polite brushoff. You know when you’re at a party, and you see someone you really don’t want to see? Yes you could turn around and run right out of the party, or you could give them a polite hello or a little wave, then you quickly turn your attention somewhere else so they don’t approach you. You acknowledge them, but you don’t pay any additional attention to them. You can do the same with your negative beliefs about masturbation and orgasm. Acknowledge the belief to yourself, then try to turn your attention to something more positive, like one of your goals for learning how to orgasm.

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