This painting portrays Olga Khokhlova, Picasso`s first wife. Their deteriorating marriage is revealed through the tension seeping from this tortured woman. Olga, a reserved and cool wife, was becoming delusional, and Picasso releases his frustration at her in this unsympathetic depiction. 08 August
12 recent comments
11 September 2022 Shasanka Saker das from Kolkata wrote: 'Wonderful arts . We have never seen ever.'
23 May 2022 Rob Jensen from Lexington KY wrote: 'This painting was purchased by John Quinn from Paul Rosenberg in 1922. It was sold at the Quinn sale in 1926. After that I don't know the provenance.'
04 March 2022 DeeAnna from USA wrote: 'Just saw this at the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Perersberg, Fl., USA as part of a traveling exhibit of Picaso from Picaso Museum in Paris. It is riviting. Huge, and intimate.'
08 May 2021 Liiza from Helsinki wrote: 'Oh my GOD!'
09 July 2019 Kevin from Weare,nh wrote: 'Who currently owns this piece ?'
04 December 2017 Vivien Stein from Paris wrote: 'This painting looks odd. It is currently in the Museum Berggruen, but does anyone know its provenance? (The catalogue says: "purchased in 1996." That is not a provenance.)'
30 November 2016 harsh chauhan from gorakhpur wrote: 'Very nice . I like it our painting'
13 July 2016 A. Fisher from USA wrote: 'This is a limited edition graphic. Printed on paper. Signed by Picasso.
Pablo Picasso. Maternity, 1963
28 June 2016 Hans Peter from New York wrote: 'WIR SIND SUPER DUPER GESPANNT
WIR FREUEN UNS WIRKLICH SEHR DOLLE'
13 May 2016 admin from New York wrote: 'Christophe, try to ask HERE'
12 May 2016 Christophe Landry from Montreal, Canada wrote: 'Well, that`s too bad :( is there a way to have/buy a hi-res picture so I could print one myself please? I really like it.'
14 April 2016 admin from Montreal, Canada wrote: 'sorry, Christophe Landry I can`t find at another websites also :('