When Hemingway returned to Pamplona in the spring of 1953, Antonio reignited his passion for bullfighting and the author felt that the son had even surpassed his father. Soon after, Hemingway and his wife traveled to Africa, by way of Paris and Marseilles, and remained there from the summer of 1953 through the following winter. The recollection of the Hemingway family was that the horns were left with a friend who later joined them in Africa. The supposition is that Picasso, who had known Hemingway for decades, added his signature during this period.
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