Picasso had numerous affairs and wives and all influenced his art, leading him to new aesthetics and new environments. In Montmartre, in Paris, he moves from the bohemian Fernande who inspired his pink period to Olga, the Russian dancer with whom he leads an elegant social life and gives birth to Paulo. In the late 1920s, he stumbles upon the juvenile blonde Marie-Thérèse Walter - ‘Mademoiselle, je voudrais faire votre portrait. Je suis Picasso’ - and from their illegitimate affair, comes Maya while he selects another mistress, the dramatic Dora Maar. His iconic masterpiece Guernica becomes not only an anti-war manifest but also the witness of Pablo Picasso’s dual love life when both Dora Maar and Marie-Thérèse Walter appear on the canvas. During the 1940s, he meets Françoise Gilot with whom he settles in Vallauris, in the South of France and explores ceramics alongside Claude and Paloma, their children. But in the 1960s, Françoise Gilot leaves the tantalizing genius who recovers promptly when he meets Jacqueline Roque, a 27 year old muse who accompanies the artist in his last years. At 72, he looks great with his muscled body, his tan and his good nature, love and passion surely keeps the man young. All the Picasso children exude together and as adults fight for their father’s heritage in or far from the public eye. For their mothers, overcoming the loss is more complicated: Marie-Thérèse Walter hangs herself in 1977 and Jacqueline Roque kills herself with a gun, in 1986…Faithful shadows that found no spice in an existence without Pablo Picasso.