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Dishes and a bowl of fruit on a table seen from above.

"Picasso's place at the table, just after luncheon. His glasses, teacup and saucer (with snuffed-out cigarettes and ashes), a fly swatter, even a grape stem--and a tin of Craven A cigarettes for, obviously, a guest. He smoked only the popular, ordinary Gauloise Gitanes. [Villa La Californie, 1957.]" Viva Picasso, p. 141.