He was one of the towering figures of twentieth century culture.
But to a little boy from Sussex, Pablo Picasso was a kindly family friend.
Antony Penrose's parents welcomed Picasso to their farmhouse in the village of Chiddingly.
Now, the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings is hosting an exhibition recalling their time together.
Malcolm Shaw spoke to Antony Penrose, and Kate Giles.
Now, it's all been a bit of a mystery. How did a flock of sheep turn up on their own, in a village in Sussex? Yes, the animals - all fifty of them - were found wandering around Chiddingly (pronounced Chidding-lie) near Lewes. So were they dumped, or had they escaped?
Well, it's all been a bit woolly, until now! Malcolm Shaw has the story.