Jonas Restaurant: Family Style follows the Jonas family as they move from music to food to realize its dream of owning a restaurant.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Jonas Restaurant: Family Style - Françoise Gilot - Netflix
Françoise Gilot (born 26 November 1921) is a French painter, critic, and bestselling author. In 1973 Gilot was appointed as the Art Director of the scholarly journal Virginia Woolf Quarterly. In 1976 she was made a member of the board of the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Southern California. She held summer courses there and took on organizational responsibilities until 1983. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s she designed costumes, stage sets, and masks for productions at the Guggenheim in New York. She was awarded a Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur, in 1990. She is also known as the lover and artistic muse of Pablo Picasso from 1943 to 1953; the pair had two children, Claude and Paloma. She later married the American vaccine pioneer Jonas Salk.
Jonas Restaurant: Family Style - Later life - Netflix
After being with Picasso between 1943 and 1953, Gilot married the artist Luc Simon (16 July 1924 – 6 November 2011) in 1955. The couple divorced in 1962. They had a daughter, Aurelia (b. 1956). In 1969, Gilot was introduced to Jonas Salk, the polio vaccine pioneer, at the home of mutual friends in La Jolla, California. Their shared appreciation of architecture led to a brief courtship and they were married in 1970 in Paris. They remained married until Salk's death in 1995. During her marriage, she continued painting in New York, La Jolla, and Paris and lived apart for half the year. As of April 2002, Gilot lives in New York City and Paris, working on behalf of the Salk Institute in California, and continues to exhibit her work internationally. She exhibited as recently as May 2012 at the Gagosian Gallery in New York City , and the Vincent Mann Gallery in May 2011 and 2015, in New Orleans.
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