Mrs. Charles B. Wrightsman - Jayne Wrightsman considered by many to be the grande dame of New York society and one of the great art collectors and museum patronesses of the last part of the 20th century. Jayne is standing in her NYC living room. The painting in the background is Girl and Cat by Renoir. Interior Design by Stephane Boudin
Dance Study, ca. 1912 | Adolph de Meyer photographed the dancer Nijinsky and other members of Diaghilev's Ballets Russes when L'après-midi d'un faun was presented in Paris in 1912. This photograph, the only nude by de Meyer, most likely portrays one member of the troupe in a costume whose source remains mysterious.
Wasted Rita calls herself a graphic designer and illustrator. Others call her an artist. Although based in Portugal, she needs to stay in constant motion, so she can continue to be inspired by the world around her. Her pieces are sarcastic but sincere, and her wit can often come with a bite. Made by filmmaker http://basberkhout.nl and photographer http://marijekuiper.nl for http://likeknowslike.com
“Before living publicly as a woman, Charle d’Éon de Beaumont was a famous French soldier and diplomat who had a key role in negotiating the Peace of Paris in 1763, ending the seven years war between France and Britain”