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...thirteen thousand five hundred paintings, thirty-four thousand illustrations for books, one hundred thousand prints and engravings, and three hundred sculptures (Pablo Picasso Biography 4). It has been said that over three hundred and fifty creations of Picasso’s have been stolen, that is more than any other artist in history (Pablo Picasso Biography 4). Another way this man has made history is painting some of the most expensive paintings in existence, in 2004 his Garson a la Pipe was sold for one hundred and four million dollars (Pablo Picasso Biography 4). Picasso passed away in Mougins, France on April 8th in 1973 (Biography.com Editors 1). In his natural finesse, Picasso died while hosting a dinner party (Pablo Picasso Biography 4). He was buried in the south of France, on a chateau he bought in 1958 in the Village of Vauvenargues (Pablo Picasso Biography 9).
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