In Montmartre

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Picasso turns up with his friend Casagemas during the World Fair and quickly feels at home

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Picasso turns up with his friend Casagemas during the World Fair and quickly feels at home

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Author Sue Roe's account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the early 1900's:

1. He turns up with his Catalan friend Casagemas during the World Fair and quickly feels at home, painting the scene and carousing in such notorious watering holes as the 'Zut'.

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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Picasso turns up with his friend Casagemas during the World Fair and quickly feels at home

Author Sue Roe's account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the early 1900's:

1. He turns up with his Catalan friend Casagemas during the World Fair and quickly feels at home, painting the scene and carousing in such notorious watering holes as the 'Zut'.

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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Picasso is painting, selling and carousing, and falling for Fernande, his new muse.

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Author Sue Roe's account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the early 1900's:

2. Picasso must sell his work to survive and he meets up with some remarkable dealers. Also the alluring Fernande, his new muse and lover..

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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Picasso is painting, selling and carousing, and falling for Fernande, his new muse.

Author Sue Roe's account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the early 1900's:

2. Picasso must sell his work to survive and he meets up with some remarkable dealers. Also the alluring Fernande, his new muse and lover..

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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By 1906, Picasso has met with Matisse. The two of them are like chalk and cheese.

Author Sue Roe's account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the 1900's:

3. Picasso works in the vicinity of other artists such as Derain and Vlaminck. And also Matisse. The two of them are like chalk and cheese!

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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Author Sue Roe's account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the early 1900's:

4. Picasso travels with Fernande to Spain, which opens the mind to some fantastic possibilities. And one particular picture will cause a stir.

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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Picasso travels with Fernande to Spain, which opens the mind to fantastic possibilities.

Author Sue Roe's account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the early 1900's:

4. Picasso travels with Fernande to Spain, which opens the mind to some fantastic possibilities. And one particular picture will cause a stir.

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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Picasso eventually leaves Montmartre, with Fernande, for the sedate charms of Clichy.

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Picasso eventually leaves Montmartre, with Fernande, for the sedate charms of Clichy.

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Author Sue Roe's account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the early 1900's:

5. Picasso eventually leaves Montmatre for the sedate charms of Clichy. Then author Gertrude Stein sums what Montmartre really means to its artists.

Reader Stella Gonet

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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Picasso eventually leaves Montmartre, with Fernande, for the sedate charms of Clichy.

Author Sue Roe's account, abridged by Katrin Williams, describes how Pablo Picasso and other artists found this Paris quarter irresistible when arriving in the early 1900's:

5. Picasso eventually leaves Montmatre for the sedate charms of Clichy. Then author Gertrude Stein sums what Montmartre really means to its artists.

Reader Stella Gonet

Producer Duncan Minshull.