CULTURE

Inside Fernando Botero’s Fittingly Supersized Art Tome

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Revisit the rotund figures—and get a glimpse at the unpublished—in the Colombian artist Fernando Botero’s new supersized book with Assouline.

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Courtesy of Assouline and Museo Botero, Bogotá

Fernando Botero, “Mona Lisa,” 1978.

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Fernando Botero and Photo François Fernandez

Fernando Botero, “In the Garden,” 2011. Previously unpublished.

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Fernando Botero and Photo François Fernandez

Fernando Botero, “Tango,” 2010. Previously unpublished.

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Fernando Botero and Photo François Fernandez

Fernando Botero, “The Bride,” 2013. Previously unpublished.

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Fernando Botero and Photo François Fernandez

Fernando Botero, “Woman Smoking,” 2012. Previously unpublished.

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Courtesy of Assouline and Museo de Antioquia, Medellín

Fernando Botero, “Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette Visiting Medellín, Colombia,” c. 1990.

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Courtesy of Assouline and Museo de Antioquia, Medellín

Fernando Botero, “A Couple,” 1999.

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Courtesy of Assouline

Fernando Botero, “Bishop,” 1989.

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Courtesy of Assouline and Museo Botero, Bogotá

Fernando Botero, “Pear,” 1997.

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Courtesy of Assouline and Museo Botero, Bogotá

Fernando Botero, “Venus,” undated.

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Courtesy of Assouline

Fernando Botero, “Woman with Dog,” 1998.

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