PABLO PICASSO (Spanish): Three Women, 1908. Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. The figure at the left is the most "African" in appearance. The body of the woman to the right is modelled in softer, riper forms. The third figure is the most abstracted. Whereas the Demoiselles is a stylistically disjunctive painting, here each figure seems simply to qualify and reaffirm the properties and existence of her neighbors and form a tight sculptural group.