Picasso and his women

An overwhelming personality, which will often lash out against the women who loved him. He divided them into two well-defined categories, stating that “there are only doormats and goddesses”. But the origin of his troubled relationships with women has its roots much deeper than the first amorous infatuations, just think of the author’s surname, acquired from his mother: Maria Picasso.

He had countless lovers and wives. Between these, two committed suicide and two went crazy.

Françoise Gilot, painter and writer, was the the only woman who escaped the psychological slaughter to which the artist subjected all his female conquests. the only one who left him saving herself life.

He probably had a narcissistic personality. He said he would die without loving a single woman but his mother.

Recommended reading: “vivre avec Picasso” Françoise Gilot

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