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cat., Hayward Gallery 1985, p.73; William Feaver, ‘London: Homage to Barcelona’, Art News, vol.85, no.4, April 1986, p.150; Marie-Laure Bernadac and Paule du Bouchet, Picasso: Le Sage et le fou, Paris 1986, p.115, repr.

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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.

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

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1969, p.284, fig.15; Basil Taylor, ‘A Vision for the Twentieth Century’, Observer Colour Magazine, 24 Oct. p.20 (col.); Jean - Paul Crespelle, ‘Les Sept Femmes de la vie de Picasso’, Elle, Paris, 1 Nov. p.93 (col.) as ‘Femme qui pleure’; Roland Penrose, Picasso, 1974, p.11, repr.

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