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Modern art is saturated by the presence of men who have been canonized for their masterpiece and their overall achievements. Over time, the leading pioneers turned into mythical figures whose deeds were attached to them being eccentric and unpredictable - simply artists. Take for instance Pablo Picassothe legendary practitioner and the founding father of Cubism. His entire activity was marked by the bursting muscular energy to such an extent that the artist even embraced a minotaur, an ancient half-human half-animal, as an embodiment of his own personality.
This particular macho boost tells much about the artist who loved women but treated them as no equal to his genius. The dismantling of the myth of a fatal lover continues in recent times as the great Modernist master gets openly criticized for misogyny. Recently, an incident took place at the Picasso Museum in Barcelona after an art professor and her students staged a silent demonstration dressed in black-and-white t-shirts printed with statements "Picasso, women abuser" and "Picasso, the shadow of Dora Maar. Destroy the woman, destroy the past she represents. Picasso became obsessed with women at an early age after being exposed to brothels in southern Spain where his father took him to make a proper man of him.
Throughout the time the artist developed an insatiable sexual desire that marked reflected on his entire career. Picasso would go frenzy with every new woman which appeared in his life, which led him of having two wives, six mistresses, and an array of short-term love affairs.
The first ificant woman in the life of Pablo Picasso was Fernande Olivierwho was his artistic muse throughout their seven-year-long relationship. The two met in and, just a year later, they began living together in his studio. Picasso and Olivier consumed opium, Lonely wives in Siegen were very feisty and frequently unfaithful to one another. Such a situation made Picasso very jealous and possessive, and allegedly he used to lock Olivier in their studio when he would leave.
Inthe artist met Olga Khokhlovaa Ukrainian-Russian ballet dances at Ballets Russes who became his first wife. Eventually, she retired from the company and traveled with Picasso to Barcelona, where she met his family. She was featured in the works like Portrait of Olga in an Armchair Khokhlova was depicted in the works such as The Minotaurmachy and Bullfight: Death of the Torero as a horse gored by the mythological minotaureg. Picasso himself.
She was gentle, obedient, and served as the inspiration for some of his most sensual—paintings and sculptures. Thanks to her physique, Walter was an ideal muse and model for the Surrealist period.
Their relationship was intense because Maar was part of the Surrealist movement and the artists in her own right. She was depicted in a powerful Portrait of Dora Maar Very soon she replaced Dora Maar as his primary mistress and has become a strong holder of his happiness that resulted in the fruitful production of ceramics, sculptures, and his exuberant Joy of Life series.
When the two met, she was twenty-seven, recently divorced, and working as a sales assistant at a shop on the French Riviera, where the artist produced his ceramics. Picasso was very much inspired by Roque, creating more works centered on her than on any of the other mentioned women. Interestingly so, on the night Picasso was to be buried, Roque slept outside in the snow, stretched over his grave.
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