Picasso’s Animals

Currently reading this clever little collection. Weaving anecdotes of Picasso’s many animal companions with their strong influence on the imagery he produced in his artwork. Delightfully nonlinear and nonhuman. While Picasso was not necessarily the most ethical in his relations with other species, as with his many relationships with women, acquiring and leaving them at will, he certainly had a passion for them. Intriguing insight to the incursions of animal companions into a celebrated art practice.

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