By 1918 Picasso’s popularity as well as his acquaintance with reputed artists and poets had produced certain results. He starts cooperating with Dyagilev’s famous “Russian Seasons”. He paints scenery, curtains and designs dancewear. There he meets Olga Khokhlova, a chorus girl. They get married and the artist’s new muse starts influencing his style because she wants to recognize herself in portraits at least. Picasso moves away from cubism and turns to a more realistic manner. At first, social life full of entertainments appeals to Picasso. He has a huge studio that occupies a whole floor, a car with a driver and a gold watch. He feels happy for some time, moreover, Olga bears him a son called Paul and his paintings are now valued. But his intense creative energy makes him restless and eventually the artist gives up everything to set off towards new discoveries.
15 January finlay coombs from london wrote: 'this is the best I have ever seen this year'
06 January jenna from earth wrote: 'This is a lovely piece but looks kind of fake'
05 December D from Asia wrote: 'I think it’s fake. True one is different'
19 November ameca from Asia wrote: 'I love this'
06 October Virat from INDIA wrote: 'Sir, i want to know the location of this original artwork,mother and child.'
23 August admin from SPB wrote: 'Michele, did you mean this print?'
22 August Michele Whiting from Cinncinati art museum wrote: 'They claim a similar piece same name same year but the head tilts up and to right. No picture of this on your site. Is this a part of a series? A misnamed piece?'
22 August Michele from Cinncinati art museum wrote: 'Seeing it in person a definite highlight.'
22 August Karin Henkel from Göttingen wrote: 'Ich suche dieses Bild "Mere et enfant, etude de mains" als gut erhaltenen Druck. Bitte alles anbieten.
Wer kann mir weiter helfen?'
11 August admin from Göttingen wrote: 'you're rigth, thanks!'
10 August sim from Canberra wrote: 'This work is not made in 1930 but 1937 and the title is 'Still life with mask''
10 August Annie from Nice wrote: 'Amazing website'