"You are not Dostoevsky,' said the woman... 'You never can tell...' he answered. 'Dostoevsky is dead,' the woman said, a bit uncertainly. 'I protest!' he said with heat, 'Dostoevsky is immortal!" — Mikhail Bulgakov (The Master and Margarita)
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Picasso’s Muse—Dora Maar (1907 - 1997) photographer, poet, and painter and muse of Picasso. They met at Les Deux Magots in St. Germaine-des-Pres in 1936 when she was 29 and he was 54.
* Marchesa Luisa Casati - photo Man Ray La Marquise Luisa Casati (1881-1957) a marqué son temps par ses extravagances, son allure théâtrale et son goût pour les sciences occultes ; donnant de grands bals masqués placés sous le signe du faste, elle a côtoyé ainsi à la fois le milieu mondain et les artistes d'avant-garde. Ses excentricités et sa beauté lui forgèrent une réputation de femme fatale et contribuèrent à sa célébrité
Luisa Casati by Man Ray, c1928
Luisa Casati, 1928 by Man Ray. Luisa, Marchesa Casati Stampa di Soncino (1881–1957) was an Italian heiress, muse, and patroness of the arts in early 20th-century Europe known for her eccentricities. As the concept of dandy was expanded to include women, the marchesa Casati fitted the utmost female example by saying: "I want to be a living work of art".
The Marquesa Casati was an eccentric figure in the early 20 th century. She wore daring clothes by avant garde designers like set designer Leon Baskt, painted her face dead white and ringed her eyes with kohl. In 1919 she left her noble husband for poet Gabriel d'Annunzio. Painter Augustus John told Cecil Beaton that she deserved to be stuffed and put in a glass case. The present day fashion house Marchesa is named after her.
Le peintre Giovanni Boldini et la marquise Casati à la Ca Venier dei Leoni en 1913