PABLO AND JACQUELINE by BLUESTONE ()
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Picasso and his second wife and muse, Jacqueline Roque
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What's interesting is that Picasso's renderings of Jacqueline are like a Rosetta stone to understanding his stylistic evolution in his later years; she is recognizable even in his most abstract output; it's not trite, it's not a fake--she boils up through his art with a strong ident; he worked very hard to get this one right.