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Discovering Long-Lost Picasso Photos
Discovering Long-Lost Picasso Photos

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AIR DATE: December 9, 2011

Richard Ham is a prolific, longtime photographer, who snapped photos of everyone from the Queen of England to Winston Churchill.  So he didn't think much of the long-lost negatives he took of a painter named Pablo Picasso.  He showed the photos of Picasso to his family, who decided to release them for public viewing. 
 
Those photos are now on display at the Jeff Mitchum Gallery at the Bellagio. Tune in to 88.9 KNPR Monday as Jeff Mitchum talks to us about how he discovered the photos, and what they reveal about Picasso at the end of World War II.
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Jeff Mitchum, photographer, Jeff Mitchum Gallery at the Bellagio
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