Pablo Picasso's "Nature Morte," 1921.
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It is the closest that anyone outside the superrich is ever likely to get to owning a painting by Picasso. A canvas by the Spanish master worth more than 1 million euros ($1.1 million) is to be raffled off for charity. Anyone buying a 100 euro ticket in the international draw has a one-in-200,000 chance of winning a still life of a stylized glass of absinthe and a newspaper Picasso created in 1921 .The draw, whose proceeds will go to the charity CARE to combat poverty in Africa, was launched at the Picasso Museum in Paris Tuesday.
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