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Nina Hamnett: Queen of Bohemia.
by [Paris in the 20's] Hooker, Denise.

Publisher Information:
Constable, London: 1986.

A Fine tight copy with no markings to the text in stiff paperback binding. Hamnett was one of England's most talented artists and the legendary queen of the London and Paris art scene, particularly on the Left Bank in the 1920's. Her friendships and artist colleagues included the likes of Augustus John,Wyndham Lewis, the Sitwells, Nancy Cunard, members of the Bloomsbury group, and Constantin Brancusi. She was a lover to Modigliani and the model for other painters and sculptors and characters in novels and poems of the period

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Edition: First Paperback Printing
Book Id: 22438

Price: $75.00

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