Art: Picasso Castle

A 17th Century castle had become, last week, a 20th Century shrine. Castle Grimaldi, in the Riviera town of Antibes, had long been used as a museum, but hardly anyone bothered now to look at its ancient coins, copies of Michelangelo and terra-cotta statuettes. For Pablo Picasso had hung his latest paintings in its tiled galleries. The regular habitues were bustled aside by a throng of up-to-the-minute pilgrims, who had come to see for themselves the newest chapter in the protean history of Picasso's art.

All agreed that the master was a new man...

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