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    • Marcus Paulo Oliveira

      Brigitte Bardot, Pablo Picasso 1956 Cannes Film Festival. Pablo Picasso. #pablopicasso

    • Luc Herman

      Brigitte Bardot watches Pablo Picasso at work in his studio in Vallauris during the 1956 Cannes Film Festival, photo by Jerome Brierre


      Brigitte Bardot visits Pablo Picasso at his studio outside Cannes during the 1956 film festival. | ≼❃≽ @kimludcom

    • João Almeida d'Eça

      #BrigitteBardot visits #PabloPicasso at his studio near Cannes in 1956

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