Asleep by Pablo Picasso (1932) Another painting of Picasso’s 22-year-old mistress, Marie-Thérèse Walter. I’m not sure if she was really asleep when he painted this.
Old Guitarist by Pablo Picasso (1903) Broke, and grieving a friend who had committed suicide, this is probably the best know work from Pablo’s ‘blue period.”
Seated Woman by Pablo Picasso (1937) Marie-Thérèse Walter was another one of his muse/lovers. You may note that it is a much brighter painting than many of his works.
Three Musicians by Pablo Picasso (1921) Also called ‘Musiciens aux masques’ They are generally believed to represent Picasso, Guillaume Apollinaire, and Max Jacob, respectively. Guillane and Max were both poets and friends of Pablo.
Nude Green Leaves and Bust by Pablo Picasso Nude, Green Leaves and Bust is one of a series of portraits that Picasso painted of his mistress and muse Marie-Thérèse Walter from 1932. The vibrant blue and lilac oil on canvas work is more than 5 feet tall.
Harlequin Family by Pablo Picasso (1905) Picasso painted many variations of of this harlequin genre. Harlequin (or Arlecchino in Italian, Arlequin in French, and Arlequín in Spanish) An advantage to being a harlequin is that you could be anyone at all.
Gertrude Stein by Pablo Picasso (1906) Gertrude Stein was a Picasso collector and fan before she was a subject! It took 80 sittings, it has been told, and Picasso gave up, finishing her face from memory months later from memory.
Guernica by Pablo Picasso (1937) This anti-war painting described the bombing of Guernica, Spain by the Italians and Germans during Spainish Civil War.
Dora Maar au Chat (Dora Maar with Cat) by Pablo Picasso (1941) The small cat be found on Dora’s right shoulder. Don’t laugh, this painting of Dora Maar, Picasso’s lover/muse/companion was sold for $110,000,000 in 2006!