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[p.1]; Anthony Blunt, Picasso's Guernica, 1969, p.53; John Russell Taylor, ‘Costly Picassos Now Thieves’ Main Target’, and Guy Brett, ‘Sir Roland: Collector - Painter’, Times, 9 April 1969, p.8, repr.; Edward B.

Henning, ‘Pablo Picasso: Fan, Salt Box, and Melon’, Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art, vol.56, Oct.

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71 in col.); Treasures For the Nation: Conserving Our Heritage, British Museum, Oct. 1989 (46, repr.); Picasso: Die Zeit nach Guernica 1937–1973, Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Dec. 1993 (13, col.); Picasso and the Weeping Women: The Years of Marie-Thérèse Walter and Dora Maar, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Feb.–May 1994, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, June–Sept. on front cover in col., fig.83 in col.) Lit: Paul Haesaerts, Picasso of De Lust Tot Extremen, Amsterdam ? VIII; ‘Picasso in English Collections’, Jewish Chronicle, 16 June 1939, p.50 as ‘Femme qui pleure’; Jan Gordon, ‘Commonsense and Contemporary Art’, Studio, vol.127, Jan.

1960, p.52; Robert Melville, ‘Afterthoughts on the Picasso Exhibition’, Architectural Review, vol.128, no.765, Nov.1960, p.374 as ‘Crying Woman’; Joyce Reeves, ‘Pablo Picasso at the Tate Gallery’, XXe Siècle, vol.22, no.15, Christmas 1960, p.119; R. Wilenski and Roland Penrose, Picasso: Later Years, 1961, pp.2, 4, pl.1 (col.); Gerald Eager, ‘The Missing and the Mutilated Eye in Contemporary Art’, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, vol.20, Fall 1961, p.57, fig.9; Rudolf Arnheim, Picasso's Guernica: The Genesis of a Painting, 1962, p.108; Keith Sutton, Picasso, 1962, p.40, pl.

XXIII (col.); Roland Penrose, The Eye of Picasso, New York 1967, p.24, pl.19 (col.) as ‘Woman Weeping’; Gula Halasz Brassai, Picasso & Company, 1967, p.45; George Hunt (ed.), ‘Special Double Issue: Picasso’, Life, vol.65, no.26, Dec. p.76 (col.) as ‘La femme qui pleure’; Andre Fermigier, Picasso, Paris 1969, p.272, repr.

p.270; Harold Whittall, ‘£300,000 Theft at Art Chief's Home’, Daily Mirror, 8 April 1969, [pp.1, 32], as ‘A Woman Weeping’, repr.

p.19 (col.); Georges Boudaille, Jasper Johns, Barcelona 1989, p.22, repr.

p.21; Maggie Payne, ‘Under Fives at the Tate’, Nursery World, 7 Sept. and on front cover (col.); Herschel Chipp, Picasso's Guernica: History, Transformations, Meanings, 1989, p.109, fig.6.79; Danièle Boone, Picasso, 1989, p.118, (col.); Françoise Gilot, Matisse and Picasso: A Friendship in Art, 1990, p.189; Rosamond Bernier, Matisse, Picasso, Miró: As I Knew Them, 1991, p.149, repr.p.157 (col.); Andrew Graham-Dixon, ‘Old Masterliness’, Independent Colour Magazine, 12 Jan.1991, p.36; William Feaver, ‘Beyond Feeling’, in Lucian Freud, exh.

XXXVII (col.) as ‘Woman Weeping’; Hans Jaffé, Picasso, 1964, p.132, repr.

opp.(col.); Bryan Robertson, John Russell, Lord Snowdon, Private View, 1965, p.32, repr.; Roland Penrose, Picasso, 1966, p.8, pl.

p.73; Dominique Bozo, ‘The Artist and his Models: A Mercurial, Unceasing Analysis of the Human Face’, The Unesco Courier, Dec. p.48; Mary Mathews Gedo, Picasso: Art as Autobiography, Chicago and London 1980, pp.184–6; Edgar Munhall, ‘Briefs ans New York: Picasso - Retrospektive’, Du, no.8, 1980, p.72; W. Weatherby, ‘Picasso Packs Them In’, Sunday Times, , p.41; Gary Tinterow, Master Drawings by Picasso, , Fogg Art Museum Cambridge, Massachusetts 1981, p.192; Roland Penrose, ‘The Weeping Woman’ in Marilyn Mc Cully (ed.), A Picasso Anthology: Documents, Criticism, Reminiscences, 1981, p.211, repr.

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