Pablo Picasso in his studio in Mougins in the South of France, 1965.
Picasso seldom goes out from his eagle’s nest—not even to the bullfights anymore—he has learned to cut his own hair—for Picasso only likes work; and this house on the mountain top is his entire world. He has already built three new studios, and he now wants to fill a fourth with painting. This, at eighty-four, is not bad.
—Cecil Beaton, 1965
Photo by Cecil Beaton.