Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) in His Studio with Misia Natanson    Misia became muse to Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, Vuillard, Renoir, Diaghilev, Cocteau, & Vallaton.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) in His Studio with Misia Natanson Misia became muse to Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, Vuillard, Renoir, Diaghilev, Cocteau, & Vallaton.

Alexander Calder and his wire portraits- looks like the link is broken but the picture is great.

Alexander Calder and his wire portraits- looks like the link is broken but the picture is great.

Matisse draws a head for the decoration of Chapelle du Rosaire in Vence in his studio/room in the Hotel Regina, in Nice-Cimiez, 1950.

Matisse draws a head for the decoration of Chapelle du Rosaire in Vence in his studio/room in the Hotel Regina, in Nice-Cimiez, 1950.

Jean Hélion's studio, Impasse Nansouty, Paris, 1933. Clockwise from top left: Jean Hélion, Anatole Jakovsky, Louisa Calder, William Einstein, and Calder. Photograph by Jean Blair-Hélion

Jean Hélion's studio, Impasse Nansouty, Paris, 1933. Clockwise from top left: Jean Hélion, Anatole Jakovsky, Louisa Calder, William Einstein, and Calder. Photograph by Jean Blair-Hélion

Dr. Bethenia Owens, the West Coast's First Female Doctor. Amazing story.   Married at 14, she tolerated a worthless husband for 4 years, until in 1858, he “whipped my baby (who was around 24 months old at the time) unmercifully, and struck and choked me.”  Then she left him. And became an extremely hard working woman, teaching and dressmaking, sending her son George to Berkley when he was 14. He became a doctor. And then, she did too.

Dr. Bethenia Owens, the West Coast's First Female Doctor. Amazing story. Married at 14, she tolerated a worthless husband for 4 years, until in 1858, he “whipped my baby (who was around 24 months old at the time) unmercifully, and struck and choked me.” Then she left him. And became an extremely hard working woman, teaching and dressmaking, sending her son George to Berkley when he was 14. He became a doctor. And then, she did too.

Edouard Vuillard / Misia Natanson, Cannes,1901, Gelatin silver print © Archives Vuillard, Paris

Edouard Vuillard / Misia Natanson, Cannes,1901, Gelatin silver print © Archives Vuillard, Paris

Studio Igor Chapurin (1), Moskau, 19.05.2008  Archival pigment print on cotton paper Signed, entitled, editioned in pencil verso

Studio Igor Chapurin (1), Moskau, 19.05.2008 Archival pigment print on cotton paper Signed, entitled, editioned in pencil verso

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