Claude Cahun

24 03 2012

She was not. Her real name was Lucy Schwob. And her and her companion, Marcel Moore, would have been considered odd in any company. But in the middle of a war. In Nazi occupied territory. Condemned to death. They were both fearless. Courageous or mad. There’s is a story that you have to follow to believe.

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24 03 2012
walterwsmith3rd

What a strange and wonderful post. I am not sure what I am looking at, but it was asborbing. I need to investigate this. Thanks for sharing. I am going to reblog this. So cool.

24 03 2012
walterwsmith3rd

Reblogged this on n e w d i g i t a l s c a p e s.

25 03 2012
Polly Hoyt Nance

One of my favorites! I studied her in an art history course but didn’t learn her real name. Thank you for posting this. Sad that most don’t know who she is or how great her work is.

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