Magical legacy of Maeght
THE influence of Aime and Margeurite Maeght on the post-war European art scene has long been recognised as important. The establishment of Maeght’s Paris gallery and his championing of artists he admired helped bring the work of Joan Miro, Anthony Calder, Alberto Giacometti, Kandinsky and Georges Braque to a wider audience, writes Neville Smith.
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