domingo, 4 de marzo de 2012

Dora Maar

29. rue d'Astorg 1936

Dora Maar Picasso 3

Dora Maar in an Armchair, Pablo picasso 1939

Dora Maar - Untitled.1940

Paul and Nusch Éluard, by Dora Maar 1937

Pere Ubu 1936

Picasso painting Guernica by Dora Maar

Portrait of Dora Maar by Pablo Picasso (1881–1973)  

Portrait of woman (Dora Maar) 1942

The yellow shirt (Dora Maar) picasso 1939

Dora Maar by Man Ray

Dora Maar by Man Ray

Dora Maar by Man Ray

Dora Maar by Man Ray

Picasso by Dora Maar

Portrait of Dora Maar by Man Ray 

silence 1935

Henriette Theodora Markovitch alias Dora Maar (November 22, 1907 – July 16, 1997) was a French photographer and painter, best known for being a lover and muse of Pablo Picasso.
She was born in Tours, Western France, on November 22, 1907. She died 89 years of age in Paris on July 16, 1997. Her father was Croatian, her mother was born in Tourraine, France. Dora grew up in Argentina.
She was famous as a photographer, and also was a painter herself, before she met Picasso. She made herself better known in the world with her photographs of the successive stages of the completion of Guernica that Picasso painted in his workshop on the rue des Grands Augustins, and other photos of Picasso. Together she and Picasso studied printing with Man Ray.
Picasso met her in January 1936 (when she was 29 years old), at the terrace of the Café Les Deux Magots in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris. The famous poet Paul Eluard, who accompanied him, had to introduce him to this beautiful, sad woman. He was attracted by her beauty and self-mutilation (cutting her fingers and the table - he got her bloody gloves and exhibited them on a shelf in his apartment). She spoke Spanish fluently, so Picasso was even more fascinated. Their relationship lasted nearly nine years.
Dora Maar became the rival of blonde Marie-Thérèse Walter who had given a daughter named Maya to Picasso. Picasso often painted beautiful sad Dora (she suffered because she was sterile) and called her his "private muse."