"Pablo Picasso: His Life And Times" A Biography by Pierre Cabanne
"Picasso: Creator And Destroyer" biography by Arianna Stassinopoulos Huffington
I have the above books next to our main computer along with these other books containing art by Pablo Picasso-
"Picasso: Portrait of Picasso as a Young Man" by Norman Mailer
"Picassos Picassos" by David Douglas Duncan
"Viva Picasso: a Centennial Celebration 1881-1981" by David Douglas Duncan
"Picasso" [Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Masters Of Art Series] Color Plates
"The Philosophy of Modern Art" by Herbert Read a chapter in this book discusses the art of Picasso
I collect books on the life and art of Pablo Picasso. The reason I was looking at these biographies on Picasso was that one of my LJ friends commented that Picasso had a child/fathered a child when he was 90 years old. Thus far I have not been able to verify that statement. I did read tonight Picasso had five children over his life time. He might have had more, but right now I do not know for sure. I will keep digging.
I also have been reading tonight from a book titled, "The Deluge: The Great War, America And The Remaking Of The Global Order, 1916-1931" by Adam Tooze.
Earlier I read the beginning essays in the book, "Great French Paintings from The Barnes Foundation."
Carol left for work around 7:50 PM. There is nothing on TV worth watching so I have been listening to music and reading my Art books. Tomorrow is a Wednesday. Existence keeps decaying.