On October 25, 1881, one of the most well-known artists of the 20th century began his exuberant life in Malaga, Spain. Pablo Picasso’s first word as a child was reportedly “lápiz”–Spanish for “pencil”. He began drawing as a toddler, and continued to draw until his death. Picasso’s paintings became icons of his times and beyond, as his creative genius flowed through periods of Blue, Pink, Primitivism and Cubist and revolutionized painting and sculpture. Picasso truly relished living. He married his second wife at age 80, and partied on his wedding night until 2 AM. In the last years before his death at age 90, he continued to create hundreds of beautiful works of art.
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