Le Donne di PIcasso

Jacqueline Roque was Pablo Picasso’s last muse and second wife. When they first met, she was 26 and he was over 70, they stayed married for 11 years, until his death. Jacqueline saved him from loneliness and old age. She inspired the master, who continued to work with her until the end. He painted more portraits of her than of any other woman. When Picasso died, Jacqueline was so jealous of his previous lovers and children, that she forbade them to attend his funeral. In 1986 (13 years after Picasso’s death), Jacqueline shot herself.

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