Picasso. Women of his Life
Marilyn McCully, Markus Müller, Hg. Margrit Bernard
|Art Club price (10%)||CHF 39.60|
Ten women who left their mark on Picasso’s life
The book sketches the life of ten women in the life of the Spanish artist. Picasso's mother, whose maiden name he chose as his artist's name, warned him when he wanted to marry the Russian ballerina Olga Khokhlova that he would remain married to painting throughout his life. The couple separated in 1935; the reason was Picasso's young muse Marie-Thérèse Walter, who was also soon deposed by Dora Maar. Following various separations, women like the young artist Françoise Gilot also disappeared from Picasso's canvases, but did not vanish entirely. This book pays tribute to them all.
|Size||22 x 28 cm|