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Marilyn Kerro and Alexander Sheps

Marilyn Kerro and Alexander Sheps

Most beautiful and mysterious couple Marilyn Kerro and Alexandr Sheps

Marilyn Kerro and Alexander Sheps
Russian and Estonian psychics Alexander Sheps and Marilyn Kerro – the most beautiful and mysterious couple, loved by thousands of their fans. They love their beautiful romantic relationships and admire them, and sincerely wish them to be together for life. Meanwhile, Marilyn and Alexander – 14th season of “Battle of psychics” finalists. Besides, they are extremely charming, and hit viewers with their extraordinary abilities, talent and charisma. By the way, thanks to this show black magician Alexander and witch Marilyn met. Although Alexander Sheps won the battle, they both deserve the prize, because they are undoubtedly the most talented psychics in the history of the popular program on TNT channel of Russian TV.
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Last muse of Picasso Jacqueline Roque

Last muse of Picasso Jacqueline Roque

Last muse of Picasso Jacqueline Roque, 1954

Last muse of Picasso Jacqueline Roque was the seventh muse of a great Spanish artist. Jacqueline Roque (February 24, 1927 – October 15, 1986) became the second wife of Pablo Picasso. For 11 years of their marriage he created more than 400 portraits of her. Pablo Picasso and Jacqueline Roque met the year Francoise had left Picasso. Jacqueline actually saved him from loneliness and old age. When they first met, she was 26, he was – over 70. She was a young divorced woman with a young daughter Catherine.
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Francoise Gilot and Pablo Picasso

Francoise Gilot and Pablo Picasso

Francoise Gilot and Pablo Picasso

Francoise Gilot and Pablo Picasso.
Sixth woman who inspired Picasso, was Francoise Gilot. When they met, she was 21, he was – 62. Picasso’s relationships with Dora Maar were dead. And Francoise – young, beautiful, intelligent, independent and totally fascinated by the genius of Picasso. The young artist And Francoise was full of ambition and hoped that familiarity with Picasso will help her to become a real artist. Picasso was a chance for her to win another top, that’s how she had been taught by her father since childhood. She really was the only woman not destroyed by Picasso, because she was able to stand against him, even at the cost of escape.
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Dora Maar and Pablo Picasso

Dora Maar and Pablo Picasso

Dora Maar and Pablo Picasso. Dora

Dora Maar and Pablo Picasso

The fifth muse of Picasso was Dora Maar. She was a different type of woman: smart, thin, nervous, unbalanced. Dora Maar came into the artist’s work as a crying woman. She was known in the bohemian circles as a French surrealist photographer, poet and artist who worked in advertising. Dora Maar and Pablo Picasso had been in relationships for nearly 10 years.
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Marie-Therese Walter and Picasso

Marie-Therese Walter and Picasso, sketch by Pablo Picasso, 1927

Marie-Therese Walter and Picasso. Marie-Therese Walter, sketch by Pablo Picasso, 1927

Marie-Therese Walter and Picasso.
Marie-Therese Walter was the fourth muse of Pablo Picasso, and their relations lasted for eight years. Picasso met beautiful 17-year-old Marie-Therese in 1927. He was 45, and he was still married to Russian ballerina Olga Khokhlova. The prudent and quite stiff artist’s wife felt that she tied her husband with “lasso of prosperous bourgeois life.” But Olga did not understand what exactly the artist needed, it was freedom, which Olga could not give him. French beauty Marie-Therese became the fourth woman that inspired the free and innovative artist. Period associated with Marie-Therese Walter, was a very special, both in style and in color, compared to the previously created paintings. Masterpieces of the period of Marie Walter, especially before the birth of the child, are the pinnacle of his career. The paintings were full of the energy of love, freedom, joy, and happiness.
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Gerard Depardieu and Elisabeth Guignot

Gerard Depardieu and Elisabeth Guignot during party celebrating the 5th anniversary of Regine'09 Oct 1980, New York

Gerard Depardieu and Elisabeth Guignot, 09 Oct 1980, New York

Gerard Depardieu and Elisabeth Guignot had long been considered a model family. Their marriage lasted for 25 years, from 1971 to 1996. Gerard – handsome, tall guy, quite a sight to lose head. Elizabeth was from another world entirely, absolutely not similar to his own. She was a lady with good manners formed an intellectual. Next to her, he looked village bumpkin. “Before her, I had no idea what it means to be in love – wrote in his book, Gerard. – I did not realize that it is possible to worship a woman with whom you sleep. With it, I ceased to be a closed country boy. We could not get along without each other … ”
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Three muses of Marc Chagall

Three muses of Marc Chagall

Three muses of Marc Chagall. Marc Chagall, portrait by Yehuda Pen, 1914

Three muses of Marc Chagall
Bella Rosenfeld was the eighth child in an orthodox Jewish family. Her parents owned a jewelry store and were considered quite wealthy. Her father was constantly immersed in Torah, sharpness, and her mother was engaged in business. Despite the patriarchal family life the Rosenfelds allowed Bella to obtain a secular education. The girl studied in Moscow at the Women’s College, was interested in literature and theater. Thoughtful, constantly immersed in painting, the poor, Moishe Shagal was recognized by no one. But Bella saw the talent in him.
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