March 08, 2016
In the second half of the 20th century, countless painters would set up their easels on the Place du Tertre, on top of Paris's Montmartre hill. Some no doubt were trying to channel Picasso, who used to live nearby. By this point, the great Spanish master had set up shop in the quieter climes of the South of France.
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