Picasso created more works of art based on Jacqueline than any of his other loves, in one year painting over 70 portraits of her.
When Picasso died on April 8, 1973, Jacqueline, who had been with Picasso for 20 years, prevented Picasso's children Claude and Paloma from attending his funeral.
Marie understandably became jealous when Picasso started to fall in love with Dora Maar in 1936, a year after Maya was born.
It was the 1937 painting of Picasso's depiction of the German's having bombed the Basque city of Guernica, Spain during the Spanish Civil War.
Many of his portraits are of his wives, mistresses and children.