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Picasso and Jacqueline, 1955

Jacqueline Roque was muse and second wife of Pablo Picasso. Their marriage lasted 20 years, until the death of the painter. During that period Picasso recreated it in more than 400 portraits.

Virginia Woolf (née Stephen) - Leonard Sidney Woolf. Photographed by Gisèle Freund, 1939.

Virginia Woolf (née Stephen) and Leonard Woolf. Colour print by Gisèle Freund. Tavistock Square, 24 June, (Via The National Portrait Gallery)

Pablo Picasso (1881‑1973)  Jeune femme en chemise  1905  Oil on canvas  72,7 x 60 cm  ___  This waif-like girl is among Picasso’s cast of people from the margins of society. A melancholic mood is conveyed with veils of paint. The chemise accentuates, rather than disguises, the slenderness of the girl’s body that the painter shows as sexually desirable. She is fragile, perhaps sickly. Her delicate pink flesh evokes the skin-colour that Picasso’s friend Guillaume Apollinaire identified

Pablo Picasso Jeune femme en chemise 1905 Oil on canvas x 60 cm ___ This waif-like girl is among Picasso’s cast of people from the margins of society. A melancholic mood is conveyed.