©Пабло Пикассо - Женщина с желтыми волосами 1931

Seated Woman in a Red Armchair 1931 Still life 1931 The sculptor 1931 Woman with yellow hair 1931 Young girl throwing a rock 1931 Bather with beach ball 1932 Beach game and rescue 1932
Пабло Пикассо - Женщина с желтыми волосами 1931

Женщина с желтыми волосами 1931
100x81см холст/масло
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA
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From Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum:
When Picasso met Marie-Thérèse on January 11, 1927 in front of Galeries Lafayette in Paris, she was 17 years old. As he was married at the time and she only a teenager, they were compelled to conceal their intense love affair. While their illicit liaison was hidden from public view, its earliest years are documented, albeit covertly, in Picasso’s work. Five still lifes painted during 1927 incorporating the monograms “MT” and “MTP” as part of their compositions cryptically announce the entry of Marie-Thérèse into the artist’s life. By 1931 explicit references to her fecund, supple body and blond tresses appear in harmonious, voluptuous images such as Woman with Yellow Hair. Marie-Thérèse became a constant theme; she was portrayed reading, gazing into a mirror, and, most often, sleeping, which for Picasso was the most intimate of depictions.
Nancy Spector