Tag Archives: Victorine Meurent

Diana Vreeland’s Travelling Eye

Time moves faster in New York City. Surrounded by masses of bodies always in a rush makes me claustrophobic.  So, for relief, I stretch my neck to look up as if the sky were the Sistine Chapel ceiling. NYC is … Continue reading

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Victorine Meurent’s Black Ribbon

Olympia’s Gaze   (to be continued…from STORYBOOK © that begins HERE) -30- Related: The Gaze of Victorine Meurent

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The Gaze of Victorine Meurent

The woman in the painting was looking at her.  Luz was at the Musée d’Orsay in front of Manet’s Le Dejeuner sur herbe. The woman in question was sitting on the grass totally naked next to two men fully clothed. … Continue reading

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