When he is a child, his mother tells him: "If you become a soldier, you'll rise to be a general. And if you become a priest, you'll be Pope." Years later, Picasso would say: "I decided to be a painter and I became Picasso." Just one of his paintings, Les demoiselles d'Avignon, is enough to revolutionise modern painting. He would become the great master of Cubism, but he would also paint canvases to promote peace. In these pages you will discover these and other stories about a painter who always remained young.