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I knew there was something I liked about Picasso-he had a Dachshund!

"Lump and Picasso meet for the first time." [Lump face to face with Picasso in his lap. Villa La Californie, The Private World of Pablo Picasso

Picasso with cat on shoulder

Picasso and his cat. Or to put it another way- A Cat and his Picasso.

Picasso and ‘Lump’. They died a week apart in April 1973.

Picasso and Lump. They died a week apart in April Photo by David Douglas Duncan, author of Picasso & Lump: A Dachshund's Odyssey.

Picasso and his dachshund, Lump “Lump, he’s not a dog, he’s not a little man, he’s somebody else. — Picasso ” There’s a whole book about these two, and, of course, the print. See also, this great...

I've always loved Picasso's portrait of his adored dachshund, Lump. Picasso loved animals and his work is rich with depictions of them.

Picasso and Lump - http://fourandsons.com/2011/10/26/picasso/

Picasso, Jacqueline Roque and Lump Photo by David Douglas Duncan Picasso's saddest love Jacqueline Roque, Picasso's enigmatic last .

Picasso acquired Lump the dachshund in 1957. He initially belonged to photographer David Douglas Duncan, but when he and Pablo met, it was seemingly true love. Lump was allowed anywhere on Picasso's property, including being the only creature allowed in Picasso's studio. Lump appeared in 54 of Picasso's works. Lump and Picasso were together for sixteen years, and died within months of each other.

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"Lump was allowed anywhere on Picasso’s property, including being the only creature allowed in Picasso’s studio. Lump appeared in 54 of Picasso’s works. Lump and Picasso were together for sixteen years, and died within months of each other.

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