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Roland Chanco a French artist who was a close friend of Pablo Picasso.
Chanco met Picasso in the early 1930s, and the two quickly became friends. They would often spend time together discussing art and exploring new artistic techniques. Chanco was heavily influenced by Picasso's work, particularly his use of cubism and surrealism.
Chanco remained friends with Picasso throughout his life, and the two continued to correspond and exchange ideas until Picasso's death in 1973.
Opting in a second time for a solitary and silent life and settling for this purpose in Roquefort-les-Pins, it was in 1960 that Roland Chanco destroyed most of his paintings in order to devote himself to the greatest freedom of spirit to new research which led him a few years later to take an interest in the principle of multiple mirrors, the culmination of which would be his "période kaleidoscopique ".
The canvases of Roland Chanco evoke the works of the greatest masters of the twentieth century. Beautiful estimates for this artist including a painting of 1943 Don Quixote had flown to 21,000 euros in 2008 in Manosque.