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Tag Archives: Marie Laurencin

Did you know? | Marie Laurencin

Oct

12

Did you know that Marie Laurencin was part of the exciting Paris art scene of the early 20th century? She hung out with some of the most famous names of her day: Picasso, Braque, Gleizes, and Metzinger. She had a passionate love affair with famous poet, playright, supporter of cubism, and art critic Guillaume Apollinaire, […]

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#5WomenArtists – Marie Laurencin: ‘Woman with a Guitar’

Mar

28

Marie Laurencin was born in Paris in 1885. Her love for painting came early when, as a child, she would try to capture her cat’s features, which she felt had the face of a woman.

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#32 Marie Laurencin – Woman with Guitar

May

10

Poet and painter Marie Laurencin was closely associated with the Parisian avant-garde movement. Woman with a Guitar demonstrates…

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