Angus McBean - Quentin Crisp, studio portrait, 1938, gelatin silver print
introducing my late grandmother, mr Quentin Crisp _2/2
Icons & heros
Quentin Crisp. This old girl was out and proud long before the rest of us could concieve of that possibility. Love him.
Quentin Crisp. I've lived in Greenwich Village for more than 20 years. I used to see Quentin all the time.
Quentin Crisp (born Denis Charles Pratt, 25 December 1908 – 21 November 1999), was an English writer and raconteur. He became a gay icon in the 1970s after publication of his memoir, The Naked Civil Servant.
People: Then & Now
Quentin Crisp--Favorite quote: "Well, that's calling the kettle mauve."
Agent of Change
Do Not Trespass On The Crone For She Does Not Suffer Fools. Quentin Crisp
Babas & Yagas
Raras & Antigas
People with edible names