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British Artist Rex Whistler Commemorated in a Colefax and Fowler Exhibition Photos | Architectural Digest

British Artist Rex Whistler Commemorated in a Colefax and Fowler Exhibition Photos | Architectural Digest

British Artist Rex Whistler Commemorated in a Colefax and Fowler Exhibition Photos | Architectural Digest

British Artist Rex Whistler Commemorated in a Colefax and Fowler Exhibition Photos | Architectural Digest

Man Ray. Suzy Solidor, 1929

Man Ray. Suzy Solidor, 1929

Suzy Solidor’s most famous portrait was done by Tamara de Lempicka

Suzy Solidor’s most famous portrait was done by Tamara de Lempicka

Louis Falco (2 August 1942 – 26 March 1993) was an American dancer and choreographer. Falco made his debut as a choreographer in 1967. He was one of the first choreographers to experiment with rock bands and other innovations on stage, and he was noted for works created for his Louis Falco Dance Company and for his choreography of the 1980 motion picture Fame. The Falco Company's last performance in New York City was for the inauguration of the Joyce Theater in 1982.

Louis Falco (2 August 1942 – 26 March 1993) was an American dancer and choreographer. Falco made his debut as a choreographer in 1967. He was one of the first choreographers to experiment with rock bands and other innovations on stage, and he was noted for works created for his Louis Falco Dance Company and for his choreography of the 1980 motion picture Fame. The Falco Company's last performance in New York City was for the inauguration of the Joyce Theater in 1982.

Sargent, Margarett W., Beyond Good and Evil (Self-Portrait), ca. 1930, Gift of Honor Moore, Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College

Sargent, Margarett W., Beyond Good and Evil (Self-Portrait), ca. 1930, Gift of Honor Moore, Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College

John White Alexander (1856–1915), Young Girl in Rose, a Portrait of Eleonora Randolph Sears (1895)

John White Alexander (1856–1915), Young Girl in Rose, a Portrait of Eleonora Randolph Sears (1895)

©Gay Block. Gay Block, How do you like my new necklace?, 1997/2003.

©Gay Block. Gay Block, How do you like my new necklace?, 1997/2003.

Robert Denning (March 13, 1927 – August 26, 2005) was an American interior designer whose lush interpretations of French Victorian decor became an emblem of corporate raider tastes in the 1980s. During the last decade of his life he tired of Paris, giving up his home that he had shared with Vincent in the 17th arrondissment. He was content in the familiar surroundings of his home and offices in the Lombardy Hotel in New York City, where both the lobby and restaurant were of his design.

Robert Denning (March 13, 1927 – August 26, 2005) was an American interior designer whose lush interpretations of French Victorian decor became an emblem of corporate raider tastes in the 1980s. During the last decade of his life he tired of Paris, giving up his home that he had shared with Vincent in the 17th arrondissment. He was content in the familiar surroundings of his home and offices in the Lombardy Hotel in New York City, where both the lobby and restaurant were of his design.

Henry Scott Tuke, August Blue, 1893

Henry Scott Tuke, August Blue, 1893