Female Nude (I Love Eva)

One of Picasso’s many loves was Marcelle Humbert, known as Eva Gouel (1885-1915). Following her early death due to either tuberculosis or cancer, Picasso was devastated. To commemorate her, the artist would often profess his love through painting “I Love Eva” in some of his works, such as this particular work. Due to the subject matter (a female nude), and the title paying homage to Eva, it is clear that the artist purposefully incorporated specific attributes into the painting based on Eva herself. Through his cubist style of painting, Picasso forms a female nude, presumably Eva.
SKU: 5170
Creator: Pablo Picasso
Date: 1912
Original Medium: Oil, sand, and charcoal on canvas
Original Size: 29 3/4 x 26 in.
Location: Columbus Museum of Art
© Succession Picasso 2012

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