Posted By: Aqib Khan | November 27, 2018
Who is Claude Picasso?
Claude Picasso was born on 15 May 1947 in Paris, France. He was the son of Francoise Gilot and Pablo Picasso. He is the older brother of Paloma Picasso. At first, his name was Claud Gilot till he was 12 years old. Claude Picasso got famous because of his all professions. He is a photographer, cinematographer, movie director, visual artist, graphic designer, and businessman. He studies cinema and mise en scene from the actor studio.
Early age of Claude Picasso
His father died at an early age. Claude was the photographer in New York at that time. He was not much familiar with his father because of his mother. His father’s Legacy was important to him, so he made the “Picasso Administration.” This was the copywrites and other legal matters.
The career of Claude Picasso
He lived in New York in 1967 and 1974. Claude Picasso was the photographer assistant in Richard Avedon for a year. He studies cinema and mise en scene from the actor studio. Claude worked as a photojournalist for Time-life, Vogue and Saturday Review. He won the award in 2011 for his work as a photographer, cinematographer, and visual artist. He also saved his father’s heritage.
Since 2010 Claude was the member of the board of directors of the National Picasso Museum in Paris which become public property in August 2010.
In 2012 Claude Picasso was designated by the four heirs and member of the Estate Pablo Picasso. He has to set the rules of authentication on the artwork which was coming from the market.
Relationship of Claude Picasso
Claude Picasso married to Sara Lanver in 1968. Both Claude and Sara was living a happy life but due to some reasons they split and the marriage stayed less. Their divorce was finalized in 1972.
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