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Marie Laurencin, Cecilia de Madrazo and the Dog Coco

Marie Laurencin, Cecilia de Madrazo and the Dog Coco, Marie Laurencin
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Marie Laurencin, Cecilia de Madrazo and the Dog Coco is an Early Modernist Oil on Canvas Painting created by Marie Laurencin in 1915. It lives at the Tate Britain in London. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Women, Dogs and Self-portraits. Source

Marie Laurencin painted this self-portrait while staying in Madrid, avoiding the horrors of World War 1 with her German husband Otto von Wätjen. The portrait includes their host, Cecilia de Madrazo, and Coc0, a dog she bought from a sailor in Malaga.

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