1918 Olga Khokhlova, 1st wife of PP (Pablo Picasso) in Montrouge Studio (Paris) | In 1917 ballerina Olga Khokhlova (1891~1955) met Picasso while the artist was designing the ballet 'PARADE' in Rome. They married in the Russian Orthodox church in Paris in 1918 and lived a life of conflict: she was of high society and enjoyed formal events while Picasso was more bohemian. Their son Paul (Pavel) was born in 1921 (died in 1975), influencing Picasso's imagery to turn to mother and child themes.

In Picasso met Russian ballerina Olga Khokhlova while designing the ballet "Parade" in Rome, to be performed by the Ballet Russe. Picasso & Olga Khokhlova married in the Russian Orthodox church in Paris in

Georgia O'Keeffe

Yousuf Karsh an artist always overshadowed by his subjects. He took amazing portraits that captured the beauty and essence of the people he photographed. One of my favourite examples of his work is his portrait of Georgia O’Keefe.

L to R - Standing - Lee Miller, Roland Penrose and Louis Aragon. Sitting - Pablo Picasso, Nusch Eluard. Paul Eluard, and Elsa Triolet. Picasso’s Studio Rue des Grands Augustins Paris, 1944

Lee Miller: "Group Photograph (after the Liberation of Paris)" L to R standing: Lee Miller, Roland Penrose and Louis Aragon: sitting: Picasso, Nusch Eluard. Paul Eluard, and Elsa Triolet. Picasso's Studio Rue des Grands Augustins Paris All the big wigs

Pablo Picasso with his daughter Paloma, 1960s

Pablo Picasso with his daughter Paloma, not looking so sure about wether Dads current squeeze will appreciate what he made her for Christmas , she had wanted a Chanel bag, the possible causes of why Mr. P went through so many women revealed.

Frida Kahlo, fotografiada por su sobrino Antonio en 1946. © 2010, Museo Frida Kahlo, Coyoacán.

Frida Kahlo, sin aderezos

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Picasso drawing with Claude and Paloma Original Art by Pablo Picasso :: PicassoMio

Jacqueline Roque (París, 24 de febrero de 1927 - 15 de octubre de 1986) fue musa y segunda esposa de Pablo Picasso. Su matrimonio duró 20 años, hasta la muerte del pintor. Durante ese período Picasso la recreó en más de 400 retratos.

Pablo Picasso and Jacqueline Roque, 1955 - She is best known as the muse and second wife of Pablo Picasso. Their marriage lasted 11 years until his death, during which time he created over 400 portraits of her.

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voxsart: “ Jacqueline Roque, Pablo Picasso, and Jean Cocteau.

Dame Laura Knight (English, 1877-1970), impressionist painter, part of the Newlyn artists colony in Cornwall with contemporaries Alfred J. Munnings, Lamorna Birch, and her husband, Harold Knight; first woman elected to the Royal Academy. Photo circa 1910.

Dame Laura Knight one of the Newlyn artists colony in Cornwall with contemporaries Alfred J. Munnings, Lamorna Birch, and her husband, Harold Knight; first woman elected to the Royal Academy.

Marie-Thérèse Walter, Picasso's mistress from 1927-1936, when he began to fall in love with Dora Maar. Marie-Thérèse hung herself in 1977, four years after Picasso's death.

In 1927 Picasso met Marie-Thérèse Walter a 17 year old who Picasso then lived with in a flat across the street from his marital home (while still married to Olga). Marie-Thérèse and Picasso had a daughter, Maya (Maria de la Concepcion) on October

Pablo Picasso (designer), costume for Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, the Chinese Conjuror from Parade, 1917. Victoria and Albert Museum

Pablo Picasso Costume for the Chinese Conjuror from Parade, c. 1917 silk satin fabric with silver tissue and black thread, cotton hat with woolen pigtail. Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

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