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    Picasso painting, 'Weeping Woman' (1937)

  • David Charles Fox

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    Pablo Picasso, Weeping Woman (1937), oil on canvas

  • Sam Clark

    Pablo Picasso ‘Weeping Woman’, 1937 the image drawn shows a woman sobbing, possibly over the loss of a loved one during a civil war and is crying with her hands on her face which the artist uses to use different shapes and colours to emphasise his work by using a variety of unusual colour.

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