What is the difference between Paul Clifford and Pablo Picasso?
Paul Clifford is a fictional character in a novel of the same name by nineteenth-century writer Edward Bulwer-Lytton. The novel is famous for beginning with the immortal line "It was a dark and stormy night", and centres around a young fellow who is a fashionable man-about-town by day and a masked highwayman called "Captain Lovett" by night.
Pablo Picasso, on the other hand, was a famous painter who was born in Spain, and lived mostly during the twentieth century. He is known mostly for his unrealistic, cubist paintings of people.
In short--two very, very different men. As a small matter of curiosity, where on earth did you get such a question?