Author(s): David Douglas Duncan
David Douglas Duncan introduced Lump, a stray dachshund, to Pablo Picasso in 1957. It was love at first sight, and Lump became the artist's inseparable companion and sometime muse. This collection of photographs by the venerable David Douglas Duncan celebrating Picasso and Lump's relationship is an enchanting record of mini-chapter in the history of 20th-century art, with an improbable little character its hero.
David Douglas Duncan is a renowned photographer and photojournalist. A close friend of Picasso, he has published numerous collections featuring the artist, including Goodbye Picasso, The Private World of Pablo Picasso, Picasso's Picassos, Viva Picasso and Picasso and Jacqueline.