An insight into one day in the life of Picasso, presented through his paintings and sculptures. The book describes his life and art, his wife Jacqueline, his children Claude, Francoise and Paloma, the dogs, cats, birds and the goat Esmeralda who lived with him. The day ends with a big costume party, where Picasso dresses up as a bull, one of his most famous motifs. The book is one of a series that aims to open up the world of art to children of all ages.
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) was arguably the most influential and prolific artist of the twentieth century. The author gives us the chance to spend a day with this famous artist looking at his paintings and sculptures. We find out about his everyday life and his art, we meet his wife, Francoise, and their children, Claude and Paloma, the dogs, cats, birds, and the goat Esmeralda who live with him. The day ends with a big fancy dress party with Picasso dressing up as a bullian animal which frequently found in his paintings.