Picasso's Granddaughter Plans to Privately Sell his Artwork
Pablo Picasso's granddaughter has decided to more aggressively pursue selling off her grandfather's art treasure to support her philanthropic efforts. Growing up with resentment in lieu of her grandfather's perceived indifference and her brother's suicide, Marina Picasso inherited around 10,000 Picasso works and intends to privately sell select pieces to aid a pediatric hospital in Vietnam and projects in France and Switzerland benefiting the elderly and troubled teens. Her decision is causing ripples in the international art markets.
By Jordan Moses
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