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Object 41 [of 66] – Paul's Fish Monoprint

 

Paul was a photographer and painter who put his talents to use both in decorative work, which covered the walls of the house, and in practical work, in behest of Julia's need for drawings and photos for documenting and advertising her cookbooks and television career. Two monoprints of fish, made by Paul, lived in the kitchen alongside other artworks, tools and utensils.

 


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Object 63 – Heart-shaped Fish scaler
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From the very moment when Julia fell in love with French food, over a 1948 meal in Rouen featuring sole meuniere, she developed an ongoing love for fish. Read More

 

Paul Child

There would be no French Chef without him, that's for sure...Paul Child, the man who is always there...Read More

 


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