We are delighted to share The New Yorker’s recent article about Françoise Gilot, titled ’How Picasso’s Muse Became a Master’, in which two particular paintings, illustrated by courtesy of the Várfok Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, are reproduced.
The relationship between the legendary 97-year-old artist and the Várfok Gallery was established through Endre Rozsda, the Hungarian Surrealist painter and great friend of Gilot. It was he who introduced Károly Szalóky, owner of the Gallery to Gilot in 1999. Since 2000, the Várfok Gallery has organised many exhibitions dedicated to the unparalleled lifetime work of Gilot and is proud to be her only European gallery enjoying a personal relationship with her and, additionally, carrying the largest available collection of her works in Europe.
Please click on the link to see the article: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/22/how-picassos-muse-became-a-master