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Do You Know About This Famous Man And His Long Name?

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Name: Pablo Picasso
Full Name: Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de Los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso
Designation: World famous Spanish artist and sculptor

Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth

^Quoted by the renowned and legendary artist of all times – Pablo Picasso. One of the most well-known names in the modern art, Picasso was widely famous for his distinct style and an eye for unique art. During his lifetime, he had managed to create an everlasting impact on the world of art, like no one. He is the creator of over 20,000 paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and drawings. No doubt, he is renowned universally as the most influential artists.

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The Twenty-Three words long name

A prominent part of the list of people with incredibly long names ever. And why not? Pablo’s full name is 23 words and 103 characters long. Wondering how his parents took this weird decision of keeping such a long name? In reality, he got this name when he was baptized. All the words in his name have a sign of some kind; derived from a list of various saints and family members.

Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de Los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso

Pablo – Uncle Canon Pablo
Diego – Paternal Grandfather Diego Ruiz y Almoguera
Jose- Father José Ruiz Blasco,
Francisco de Paula – Grandmother Francisco de Paula Picasso Guardeño
Juan Nepomuceno – Godfather and cousin Juan Nepomuceno Blasco Barroso
Crispín Crispiniano- Two (shoemaker) saints who shared their feast day along with Pablo’s birthday
María de Los Remedios- Godmother María de Los Remedios Alarcón Herrera
de la Santísima Trinidad- Meaning Holy Trinity
Picasso – Mother Maria Picasso y Lopez

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Apart from this, when Pablo was young, he used to address himself as Pablo Ruiz. Later on, he changed it to P.R. Picasso; settling with Picasso as his signature in the end.

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