Pablo Picasso — Muses

Pablo Picasso
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Muses


Fernande Olivier
...he moved to Paris and settled down in one of poor quarters of the city among street actors and itinerant circus performers. There was a tall, swarthy, aristocratic looking maid who lived nearby...

Marcelle Humbert
...Marcelle was fragile, subtle, quiet and tender – complete antithesis to a tall, fit and loud Fernande. Eva appeared as a symbol of elegancy, airiness and weightless in Picasso’s…

Olga Khokhlova
...Olga liked expensive clothes, caviar and champagne. Pablo also was not averse to ordering a suit at a high-end couturier. He had golden watch in a vest pocket. He was proud of his wife...

Marie-Thérèse Walter
...image of Marie-Therese brought an embodiment of femininity to the period of surrealism in Picasso’s art, it’s a kind of “a period within the period”. Tense and broken were replaced...

Françoise Gilot
...he created a series of her portraits in lithography technique. Eyes wide open and slightly asymmetrically set, a thin nose and a small mouth are represented with simple and bold lines...

Dora Maar
...Dora Maar was a nervous and troubled creature who made it into Picasso’s art as “the weeping woman”. With the image of Maar Picasso made a kind of retrospective journey across his artwork...

Jacqueline Roque
...In 1953 Picasso met Jacqueline Roque in a ceramic workshop Madoura Pottery. She was his last beloved, the last muse, the most loyal and fanatic admirer of his talent...