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WASHINGTON _ The time is at hand for Anthony Quinn to at last become Pablo Picasso.
At age 85, the actor has had about as full and complete a career and life as any mortal could wish for.
He has been married or had long-term relationships with three women and fathered 13 children, including a now 6-year-old daughter and 4-year-old son.
As he said in a conversation with me last week, "I love, love, love women."
Quinn is a gifted painter and sculptor whose works have been exhibited internationally and fetch top prices. At age 6, in 1921, he was paid $25 each for portraits he painted of Douglas Fairbanks and Rudolph Valentino.
"The more I think about it, the sorrier I am I didn't concentrate on that," he said.
Born in poverty of mixed Irish-Mexican parentage in Chihuahua in 1915 at the height of …