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    Dora Kallmus (1881-1963) Austrian fashion and portrait photographer. The first woman to attend the Vienna Graphic Training Institute (1905), she was a member of the Vienna Photographic Society, trained in Berlin, and opened a studio as 'Madame D'Ora (1907). Popular with the aristocracy, she opened a Paris studio (1924). Her society and fashion photography in the 1930s and 40s (of Josephine Baker, Tamara de Lempicka, Colette, dancers, actors, painters and writers) gained international recognition

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