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Son Of Picasso Cries Foul Over Paris Museum Delay

by Wochit 0:47 mins

Son Of Picasso Cries Foul Over Paris Museum Delay

by Wochit 0:47 mins

French authorities are trying to make peace with the son of Pablo Picasso after he accused them of dishonoring his father by delaying the re-opening of the Picasso Museum in Paris. But the Culture Ministry said it would not now open until mid-September, missing the tourist season's summer peak. "I am outraged and deeply concerned," Claude Picasso, the 66-year-old son of the painter seen as one of the 20th century's most influential artists, told Le Figaro newspaper. The office of Prime Minister Manuel Valls could not immediately be reached to confirm a Le Monde report that Valls would receive Claude Picasso on Monday.

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