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Princess Troubetzkoy (Amelie Rives) (1863–1945)

Photo credit: Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

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Amélie Louise Rives (1863–1945) novelist, poet, painter and playwright was born in Virginia, USA, the goddaughter of Civil War general Robert E. Lee. Her troubled and scandalous first marriage to a descendent of the Astor family took her to Europe where she met such literary luminaries as Oscar Wilde and Henry James. Her most famous novel was 'The Quick or the Dead', but many of her works were officially banned.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

Bournemouth


Date

1894

Medium

pencil on paper

Measurements

H 38.2 x W 27.8 cm

Accession number

BORGM:1974.25.18

Acquisition method

gift from Mrs N. B. Burtchell, 1974

Work type

Drawing & watercolour


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