Peggy Guggenheim: Mistress of Modernism

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Virago Press, 2006 - Art - 448 pages
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This biography of Peggy Guggenheim charts the life of the infamous multi-talented art collector and personality. An extremely controversial figure, she was censured for everything from stinginess to sexual voraciousness. This book shows the culture that shaped her and that she went on to transform.

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Mary Dearborn is the author of four books. She holds a doctorate in English and comparative literature from Columbia University, where she was Mellon Fellow in the Humanities.Author Location: New YorkQueen of Bohemia: The Life of Louise Bryant, Mailer: A Biography, The Happiest Man Alive: A Biography of Henry Miller, Love in the Promised Land, Story of Anzia Yezierska and John Dewey

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