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Meet, August

Pablo Picasso, written by Georges-Louis Leclerc, comte de Buffon (French, 1707-1788), published by Martin Fabiani (French), The Dog, from Histoire naturelle, 1936, published May 26, 1942, Aquatint and sugar lift etching with drypoint on copper in black on off-white laid paper

Pablo Picasso, written by Georges-Louis Leclerc, comte de Buffon (French, 1707-1788), published by Martin Fabiani (French), The Dog, from Histoire naturelle, 1936, published May 26, 1942, Aquatint and sugar lift etching with drypoint on copper in black on off-white laid paper

How on earth has May sped by so quickly! This month has been filled with visiting with friends and family (some from as far away as India!), another birthday come and gone, and a new addition to the family……..meet, August! Three weeks ago, the husband and I brought Auggie home, a now 12-week old miniature schnauzer. Our little guy is already quite attached (as are we), and adjusting quickly to city life. We’re enjoying life with our handsome pup, and the fun and love he adds to our little family. His energy, and wiry terrier coat, remind me of Picasso’s The Dog, from Histoire naturelle by Georges-Louis Leclerc.

Auggie day one, on our way home from picking him up in Indiana

Auggie day one, on our way home from picking him up in Indiana

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Pablo Picasso
Turkey, from Picasso: Original Etchings for the Texts of Buffon, 1936, printed 1942
Sugar-lift aquatint and drypoint

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To become young

“It takes a very long time to become young.”-Pablo Picasso

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