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Marie Laurencin
Cubist Feminist

Marie Laurencin, The Artists
Portrait of Marie Laurencin

Marie Laurencin was a French Female Artist and LGBTQ Artist born on October 31, 1883. Laurencin contributed to the Cubist movement and died on June 8, 1956.

Diane Hunting, Marie Laurencin

Diane Hunting 1908

Group of Artists, Marie Laurencin

Group of Artists 1908

Self Portrait, 1908, Marie Laurencin

Self Portrait, 1908 1908

Réunion à la campagne, Marie Laurencin

Réunion à la campagne 1909

The Elegant Ball, the Country Dance, Marie Laurencin

The Elegant Ball, the Country Dance 1910

Femme debout à la capeline, Marie Laurencin

Femme debout à la capeline 1913

The Reader, Marie Laurencin

The Reader 1913

Two Sisters with a Cello, Marie Laurencin

Two Sisters with a Cello 1913 – 1914

Marie Laurencin, Cecilia de Madrazo and the Dog Coco, Marie Laurencin

Marie Laurencin, Cecilia de Madrazo and the Dog Coco 1915

Two Spanish Girls, Marie Laurencin

Two Spanish Girls 1915

More than annoyed, sad. More than sad, unhappy. More than unhappy, suffering.

The Sedative 1917

The Fan, Marie Laurencin

The Fan 1919

The Three Graces, Marie Laurencin

The Three Graces 1921

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