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The relationship between a Muse and an Artist can be complex, intuitive, and intimate. It is noted that the artist would want to explore all facets of their chosen muse. Desiring to know every part of them. She would eventually meet and marry Artist Salvador Dali years later. The connection can offer the creator, the divine guidance while the inspirer receives the acknowledgment of knowing that they have inspired the art itself. A muse can be visualized as a fantasy in the cold reality of the world.


Pablo Picasso — had complicated relationships with many of the women in his life—he either revered them or abused them, and typically carried on romantic relationships with several women at the same time. He was married twice and had multiple mistresses and it can be argued that his sexuality fueled his art.

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Find out more about Picasso's love interests, flirtations, and models in this chronologically-arranged list of ificant women in his life. Casagemos committed suicide in February and Picasso took up with Germaine in May of that same year. Germaine went on to marry Picasso's friend, Ramon Pichot, in Madeleine was the name of a model who posed for Picasso and became his mistress in the summer of According to Picasso, she became pregnant and had an abortion.

Unfortunately, that is everything we know about Madeleine. Where she came from, where she went after leaving Picasso, when she died, and even her last name are lost to history. His relationship with Madeleine appears to have greatly affected Picasso, as he began drawing images of mothers with their babies around this time—as if to reflect on what might have been.

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When such a drawing surfaced inhe remarked that he would have had a 64 year-old child by then. Madeleine appears in some of Picasso's late Blue Period works, all painted in Picasso met his first great love, Fernande Olivier —near his studio in Montmartre in the fall of Fernande was a French artist and model who inspired Picasso's Rose Period works and early Cubist paintings and sculptures.

Their tempestuous relationship lasted seven years, ending in Twenty years later, she wrote a series of memoirs about their life together which she began publishing. Picasso, by then quite famous, paid her not to release any more of them until they both died. Picasso fell in love with Eva Gouel —also known as Marcelle Humbert, in the fall of while he was still living with Fernande Olivier.

Gouel died of tuberculosis in The resulting romance was a secret that Picasso and Depeyre kept to themselves throughout their lives. Salmon remembers Gaby was a singer or dancer in a Parisian cabaret, and he referred to her as "Gaby la Catalane.

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It appears that Gaby and Picasso spent time together in the South of France, as Richardson deduced that their hideaway may have been Herbert Lespinasse's home on the Baie des Canoubiers in St. The tryst took place in January or February of and may have started when Eva spent time in a nursing home after an operation.

Gaby ended up marrying Lespinasse —an American artist who lived most of his life in France, in His home in St. Tropez attracted many of these Parisian artists. Evidence of Gaby's affair with Picasso only came to light after her husband's death inwhen her niece decided to sell paintings, collages, and drawings from her collection.

Evidently, she refused. Before meeting Picasso, she had been kept by a Russian grand duke in Moscow. Picasso and his friend, the poet Guillaume Apollinaire, kidnapped her to a villa in the suburbs of Paris. She escaped but returned willingly a week later. Lagut had affairs with both men and women, and her affair with Picasso continued on and off from spring until the end of the year, when they decided to get married.

However, Lagut jilted Picasso, deciding instead to return to a lover in Paris.

The pair reconnected years later in and she was the subject of his painting, The Lovers Olga Khoklova — was a Russian ballet dancer who met Picasso while performing in a ballet for which he deed the costume and set. She left the ballet company and stayed with Picasso in Barcelona, later moving to Paris. They were married on July 12,when she was 26 years old and Picasso was Their marriage lasted ten years, but their relationship began to fall apart after the birth of their son, Paulo, on February 4,as Picasso d his affairs with other women.

Olga filed for divorce and moved to the south of France; however, because Picasso refused to abide by French law and divide his estate equally with her, she stayed legally married to him until she died of cancer in Sara Wiborg Murphy — and her husband Gerald Murphy — were "muses of modernism," as wealthy American expatriates who entertained and supported many artists and writers in France the s.

It is thought that the characters of Nicole and Dick Diver in F. Sara had a charming personality, was a good friend of Picasso's, and he did several portraits of her in Walter inspired Picasso's celebrated Vollard Suitea set of neo-classical etchings completed — Their relationship ended when Picasso met Dora Maar in She met Picasso in and became his muse and inspiration for about seven years.

She took pictures of him working in his studio and also documented him creating his famous anti-war painting, Guernica Picasso was abusive to Maar, though, and often pit her against Walter in a contest for his love. Picasso's Weeping Woman depicts Maar crying. Their affair ended in and Maar suffered a nervous breakdown, becoming a recluse in later years.

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While he was still married to Olga Khokhlova, Gilot and Picasso had an intellectual attraction that led to romance. They kept their relationship a secret at first, but Gilot moved in with Picasso after a few years and they had two children, Claude and Paloma. Eleven years later, she wrote a book about her life with Picasso.

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Inshe married American physician and medical researcher, Jonas Salkwho created and developed the first successful vaccine against polio. Picasso met Jacqueline Roque — in at the Madoura Pottery where he created his ceramics. Following her divorce, she became his second wife inwhen Picasso was 79 and she was Picasso was greatly inspired by Roque, creating more works based on her than on any of the other women in his life—in one year he painted more than 70 portraits of her.

Jacqueline was the only woman he painted for the last 17 years of his life. InRoque committed suicide by shooting herself in the castle on the French Riviera where she had lived with Picasso until his death. He became smitten with David and they struck up a friendship, with David posing for Picasso regularly.

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Picasso did more than sixty portraits of her in a variety of media including drawing, painting, and sculpture. David never posed nude for Picasso and they never slept together—it was the first time he had worked successfully with a model. Life magazine called this period his "Ponytail Period" after the ponytail that David always wore. Actively scan device characteristics for identification. Use precise geolocation data. Select personalised content.

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Beth Gersh-Nesic. Art History Expert. Beth S. Gersh-Nesic, Ph. She teaches art history at the College of New Rochelle. Updated October 19, Cite this Article Format. Gersh-Nesic, Beth. Picasso's Women: Wives, Lovers, and Muses. Germaine Gargallo, Picasso's Lover. Surrealism, the Amazing Art of Dreams.

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The relationship between a Muse and an Artist can be complex, intuitive, and intimate.