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in Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui
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Irish artist Anne Madden recalls her and her painter husband Louis le Brocquy’s eleven years of friendship with Samuel Beckett at the end of his life. She recollects their many conversations and Le Brocquy’s painted images of the writer, his illustrations for Beckett’s last piece of fiction, and the costumes and set he conceived and painted for a production of Waiting for Godot at Dublin’s Gate Theatre.

Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui

A Bilingual Review / Revue Bilingue

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    Louis le Brocquy, Image of Samuel Beckett (detail), 1989, oil on canvas, 80 × 80 cm (557)© Estate of Louis le Brocquy

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    Louis le Brocquy and Samuel Beckett, Le Petit Café PML Saint-Jacques, Paris, 1988Photo: Anne Madden le Brocquy

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    Anne Madden le Brocquy and Samuel Beckett, Le Petit Café PML Saint-Jacques, Paris, 1988Photo: Louis le Brocquy

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