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> What was the program like specifically? I don't care for Picasso's
>attititude about women but I'm fascinated by any program about him.
I found it interesting because they highlighted his career through the
relationships he'd had. I say interesting because the program would
frequently superimpose one of his portrait paintings of a woman over the
actual photo (of mistress/wife), then do a fade out, as the narrative
These initial paintings were ususally flattering (to the then current
mistress/wife). How the paintings changed towards the end of the affair!
It was this contrast that was most poignant -- his most natable works
appeared to have been created during the latter. Brutal, demeaning,
>Ever see Surviving Picasso? No, but I'm glad to hear someone did!