La Chascona, Matilde con dos cabezas - Diego Rivera What is remarkable about this painting is that one face depicts the Urrutia as the singer the public knew, and the other depicting the lover Neruda knew. The painting also has a hidden image; the profile view of Neruda's face hidden in her hair, showing their continuous secret relationship.

Diego Rivera's "Matilde" in Pablo Neruda's "La Chascona" home in Santiago, Chile.

Piero Fornasetti

a plaster form of a vase created by piero fornasetti in the never went into production, and discovered in the cellar by his son barnaba.

w you feel about the poetry of Pablo Neruda, his house in Santiago is worth a visit. (He had two others, and all three are museums run by the Fundación Pablo Neruda.) Called La Chascona, it's actually four eclectic cottages grouped around a courtyard in a steep part of Bellavista, a 1930s bohemian district. The poet died in 1973, but his widow, Matilde Urritia, continued decorating, and the rooms are a fascinating mix of his sentimental objects and her eye

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Casa de Pablo Neruda La Chascona Santiago, Chile

Casa de Pablo Neruda La Chascona Santiago, Chile *visited this amazing place MQJ

Neruda

"Tie your heart to mine love, and both will defeat darkness like twin drums beating in the forest against the heavy walls of wet leaves." -- "Tie Your Heart To Mine, Love" by Pablo Neruda

Pablo Neruda's desk in Casa de Isla Negra, Chile. "Fashioned out of a plank of wood that washed up on the beach." (via http://diaryofagoodgirl.wordpress.com/)  Find out more about Isla Negra at: http://www.fundacionneruda.org/en/isla-negra/history.html

Pablo Neruda's desk in Casa de Isla Negra, Chile. "Fashioned out of a plank of wood that washed up on the beach.

Casa Pablo Neruda - La Chascona

Pablo Neruda's house in Santiago, La Chascona

Photo Pablo Neruda's House in Chile

Photo Pablo Neruda's House "La Chascona" in Santiago - Pictures and Images of Santiago - - Autore: J.

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