Picasso’s French Riviera mansion set to sell for 20 million euros

The artist spent his twilight years on the estate at Moùgins in the hills near Cannes, dying there in April 1973, 12 years after moving there with his mùse and second wife Jacqùeline Roqùe.
Roque – who Picasso painted more than 400 times, but who feuded with his children after his death – killed herself at the house overlooking the Mediterranean in 1986.