Pablo Picasso's Femme Nue Couchee

1932 was the year that Picasso was able to focus on his mistress and muse Marie-Therese. Given that he never learned to swim, he remixed the typical female nude with Femme nue couchée, a sea-creature-like take on her voluptuous form. The first time it's come up for sale, it's expected to fetch over $60 Million when it comes up for auction in New York on May 17.

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