A woman Italy has suddenly become the owner a Pablo Picasso painting. Claudia Borgogno, 58, won the Picasso a charity raffle. Her son Lorenzo bought his mother the ticket as a Christmas present. The ticket cost €100 ( $110). The raffle draw was made Wednesday and Ms Borgogno was the lucky winner. Lorenzo explained to reporters how he told his mother. He said: "When I arrived and I told her she has won a Picasso painting, she was like: 'Please don't joke'." He added: "It was maybe the best decision I've made my life." His mother could not believe she had won and summed her amazement one word - incredible. She said: "I have never won anything before".
The Picasso painting is called Still Life. It was painted and signed the artist 1921. It shows a newspaper and a wine glass a wood table. The charity draw took place Paris at the international auction house Christies. The auction house valued the work art as being worth $1.1 million. However, the billionaire art collector who donated the painting to the charity raffle said it was worth least two or three times more than that. Christies sold 51,140 tickets the charity raffle. All the money it collected will go to provide water villagers in Madagascar and Cameroon. An NGO will help to build and repair wells, washing facilities, and toilets countryside villages.