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Portraits (Marie Laurencin, Cecilia de Madrazo and the Dog Coco)
© ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2020. Photo credit: Tate

French painter, illustrator, and stage designer, born in Paris. Apart from evening classes in drawing, she was self-taught as an artist. In 1907 she was introduced by the picture dealer Clovis Sagot to *Apollinaire, *Picasso and their circle (she painted a group portrait of several of her famous friends in 1908: The Guests, Baltimore Museum of Art). For several years she lived with Apollinaire, and she exhibited with the *Cubists.

Text source: A Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Art (Oxford University Press)

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