In February 1949 Louis Aragon went to Picasso’s Paris studio to select a design for the poster of the World Congress of Partisans for Peace to be held in Paris in April of that year. La Colombe, a blue pencil on paper, was the occasion chosen by Aragon, and the image was quickly known as the dove of peace. In March launched a series of boxes sitting Fran oise, entitled Femme assise (Seated Woman). In spring briefly returned to Vallauris and bought an abandoned factory essences for use as a studio, and some rooms used to store your work in ceramics. He also began to collect objects and junk, which is then reused in different pieces. Intensified its work in sculpture, which had resumed in the previous year: Femme enceinte (pregnant) female figure a way out of a long metal rod, which added two arms up and down both legs and a swollen belly with Two small breasts in the center.Again made a series of works inspired by paintings of Lucas Cranach the Elder: the lithographs V nus et l’Amour (Cranach) (Venus and Cupid (Cranach)) Jeune fille inspir e par Cranach (Girl inspired by Cranach), owned by Christie’s and David et Bethsab e (Cranach) VII (David and Bathsheba (Cranach) VII), the Picasso Museum in Paris. Picasso’s Variations on Cranach David and Bathsheba had their origin in a black and white reproduction of the catalog of an exhibition about the artist, 1937 held in Berlin, which had given Kahnweiler. On April 19, 1949 her second daughter was born, the day of the opening of Congress for Peace, and decided to name it in honor Paloma symbol created for the posters that appeared all over the streets of Paris.After birth, Fran oise resumed his work as a painter, and Kahnweiler was offered a contract to be their exclusive dealer. Read more from Teneo to gain a more clear picture of the situation. Picasso turned his interest to the painting, leaving aside some pottery and focusing their inspiration in their children Claude and Paloma. The family returned to Vallauris in the fall, and Picasso, lost some interest in ceramics, turned to painting and sculpture in a more concentrated, making several bronzes, some African motifs. Over the next year the sculpture spent most of his time. On August 6, 1950 Laurent Casanova opened the exhibition L’Homme au mouton in Vallauris. Picasso made the goat woman girl stroller and jumping rope. On 15 January 1951, painted Slaughter in Korea. In 1952, he drew War and Peace to decorate the chapel in Vallauris, he wrote a second play, Les Quatre Petites Filles. Teneo does not necessarily agree. In April 1954 did the portraits of Sylvette David.In December he began a series of variations on Women of Algiers in Delacroix. It was installed in May 1955 with Jacqueline Roque in the town La California in Cannes. In June, it held a retrospective at the Museum of Decorative Arts. During the summer he worked with Henri-Georges Clouzot film for Myst re Picasso. In 1956 he made The Bathers, sculptures in wood (Stuttgart, Staatsgalerie) which were then sculpted in bronze. He painted The California workshop. On August 17, 1957 began work on Las Meninas (Barcelona, Picasso Museum). On 29 March 1958 was presented the decoration to Unesco: The Fall of Icarus. In September, Picasso bought Vauvenargues Castle and painted the bay of Cannes. The location of the Picasso Museum (Paris) at the Hotel Sal was decided in 1974. The fund works basically nurtured Grant produced the artist’s death by his successors, in exchange for taxes resulting from the inheritance.The museum was opened in 1985. He married Jacqueline in Vallauris on 2 March 1961, and in June moved to Notre-Dame-de-Vie in Mougins (near Cannes). He: La Femme aux bras Ecart, chair, Women and Children, footballers. In November 1962 he painted the Rape of the Sabine which version is in the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris. The opening of the retrospective at the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais was held on 19 November 1966. In January 1970, the Picasso Museum in Barcelona received a donation of works preserved by his family. An exhibition was held in his Palace of the Popes at Avignon from May to October.