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In his early years, Michael of Yugoslavia also learned to look. The long walks in the Palace of Versailles with his mother. The classic elegance of perspectives and volumes…

“Since we were not rich, rather than buying, my mother often changed the place of the furniture. Volumes and perspectives were constantly changing…”

From his mother, Michael of Yugoslavia came from such an illustrious family: Umberto II, his maternal grandfather, was the last king of Italy; he reigned 35 days, in 1946. Also exiled, he lived in Portugal while his wife Marie Josée went to Switzerland in Gy, near Geneva.


  • Fairwell to Arms (2017)

    1/4 Edition

    Photo on Dibond
    100 x 67 cm

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