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Mañach, Pedro

Spanish, died between 1936 - 1939


Pedro Mañach was a Catalan industrialist who met Pablo Picasso in Paris in late 1900, early 1901. He was so taken with Picasso's ability that he offered the young artist a small sum for all he produced, and was instrumental in arranging Picasso's first Parisian exhibition in 1901 and a second one held in 1902. Picasso lived and worked for a time in Mañach's Paris apartment. Mañach returned to Spain shortly after the second exhibition was held to take over his father's steel mill in Barcelona. He was killed during the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939.

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