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In La villa au palmier, Picasso depicted La Galloise nestled within the surrounding landscape, the jostling angles of the blush-colored structure contrasting with the rolling green hills that rise protectively behind it. Standing watch over the little house like a pair of benevolent patron deities—no evil spirits here!—are the tall, spiky palm tree of the painting’s title and, perched on a garden wall beneath it, a voluptuous terracotta vase. The anthropomorphically swelling belly of the vessel surely encodes Picasso’s mounting desire for another child, as does the orange tree in the foreground, conspicuously heavy with fruit.

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In La villa au palmier, Picasso depicted La Galloise nestled within the surrounding landscape, the jostling angles of the blush-colored structure contrasting with the rolling green hills that rise protectively behind it. Standing watch over the little house like a pair of benevolent patron deities—no evil spirits here!—are the tall, spiky palm tree of the painting’s title and, perched on a garden wall beneath it, a voluptuous terracotta vase. The anthropomorphically swelling belly of the vessel surely encodes Picasso’s mounting desire for another child, as does the orange tree in the foreground, conspicuously heavy with fruit.

Picasso (1881-1973) was a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker and ceramicist.Picasso achieved universal acclaim and immense fortune for his revolutionary artistic accomplishments; becoming one of the best-known figures in the 20th century art.He is also known for co-founding the Cubist movement, the invention of constructed sculpture and the co-invention of collage.

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