Never cared for Picasso's works until I started a self study of the artist-
I found that his early works were excellent in that he knew how to render the human figure-nor was he afraid of rendering human hands and feet-Try it sometime-you'll see why I respect those who do know how to render---hands and feet :-)
Since the human figure is the most difficult to achieve -artistically- I decided to study Picasso further-
Did you know that he was one of the most wealthy men in France!?
That he would purchase an expensive residence (chateau)- work in it -fill it with his art- then move on to another?-Did he use those art - filled residences as galleries too- and sell his works from them?
My take- not only was he a prolific artist but - also- a good businessman!
This article is about a "trove" of Picasso's work given to an electrician who worked at three of Picasso's properties:
Le Guennec, 71, claims to have worked at three of Picasso's properties in southern France: a Cannes villa, a chateau in Vauvenarges, and a farmhouse in Mougins, the town where
I post this because I admire good business as well as good art...