Françoise Gilot

The Berman Museum is a locus for the study of Françoise Gilot (French/American, b. 1921), an accomplished artist who was a member of the School of Paris and the long-time partner of Pablo Picasso. In addition to her personal archives, the Berman houses over 260 works of art by Gilot, including the most comprehensive collection of lithographs and etchings in the world with the exception of the artist’s own holdings. The Berman has mounted several exhibitions of Gilot’s work and published Stone Echoes: Original Prints by Françoise Gilot, the catalogue raisonné of her complete oeuvre of etchings and lithographs, in 1995.