All the way back in December, we got our hands on a signed Picasso linocut print (never you mind how). Rather than hang it in the meeting room, we thought we’d see if any of our loyal 10:10ers fancied winning it for themselves.
This turned out to be a good move – hundreds of entries poured in, and we finally have a winner. After correctly telling us that Picasso founded the Cubism art movement, Rosie Brown – a mother of two from London – is now the proud owner of Vallauris-1956 Exposition by The Man Himself.
“Part of me still doesn’t quite believe it because it is such a fabulously wonderful thing to happen” she said. ”I’ve been telling people and then swearing them to silence in case I haven’t actually won!”
The Picasso is going to take pride of place in Rosie’s home but well out of reach of her two children. A big Picasso fan, Rosie is using her win as inspiration to start a collection; next on her list to hang alongside the Vallauris-1956 Exposition is this quirky Picasso portrait by Robert Doisneau.
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