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“The symbol is universal. The Androgyne is above philosophy. If one has become the Androgyne one no longer has a need for philosophy.” — Marcel Duschamp

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Babylon hath been a golden cup, Simeon Solomon

Babylon hath been a golden cup

Simeon Solomon, 1859
I am in training, don't kiss me, Claude Cahun

I am in training, don't kiss me

Claude Cahun, 1927
Peter (A Young English Girl), Romaine Brooks

Peter (A Young English Girl)

Romaine Brooks, 1923-1924
Portrait of a Young Man, Giorgione

Portrait of a Young Man

Giorgione, 1510
Portrait of Alexander Sakharoff, Alexej Von Jawlensky

Portrait of Alexander Sakharoff

Alexej Von Jawlensky, 1909
Portrait Of Rose Sélavy, Man Ray

Portrait Of Rose Sélavy

Man Ray, 1921
Renata Borgatti, Au Piano, Romaine Brooks

Renata Borgatti, Au Piano

Romaine Brooks, 1920
Seated Figure, Oceanic Art

Seated Figure

Self Portrait, Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Self Portrait

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1847
Self Portrait with Black Dog, Gustave Courbet

Self Portrait with Black Dog

Gustave Courbet, 1842
Self-Portrait, 1923, Romaine Brooks

Self-Portrait, 1923

Romaine Brooks, 1923
Una Troubridge, Romaine Brooks

Una Troubridge

Romaine Brooks, 1924
What do you want from me?, Claude Cahun

What do you want from me?

Claude Cahun, 1928
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Couples, People


Judith and Holophernes, People

Judith and Holophernes

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