Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler encloses the letter he sent to Eugenio Reale, a member of the Italian Communist Party and member of the Organising Committee of the Rome and Milan exhibitions, in response to the complaints of Pablo Picasso, in which he tells him to stop plans for the Rome exhibitions and asks him not to bother Picasso any further.

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Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler's letter to Pablo Picasso, dated 13 December 1952