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The picture was painted by Picasso in the postwar period.
The Mediterranean landscape on the seashore cannot be called a serene idyll. Researchers of his biography and work believe that broken lines in the picture show tension and anxiety.
This is due to the fact that during this period of his life the artist was deeply worried about the breakdown in relations with one of his lovers, Francoise Zhilo.
They had two children at that time, but a year later the couple in love broke up. The beloved showed herself as a pretty strong woman, and she herself left Picasso. He was seriously worried about this, parting him deeply affected.
Although Picasso often went to the side himself, Francoise liked him and did not want to break off relations with her, so her departure deeply stunned him
The villa on the Mediterranean coast appears to us on a plane as if in expanded form, in the context - patios, stairs, gardens and flower beds seem to be piled on top of each other, the perspective is violated.
But partial shade, solid, broken black lines - are shown quite clearly, the colors are bright and saturated, but everything is bordered by a black rough outline. Recognizable style of Picasso, a vivid manner of abstract cubism, geometric image.