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Agnes Goodsir 1864-1939 - Portraits of the Queer 1920s

[B] Agnes Goodsir was lucky enough to live through the 1920s. On top of that she lived and worked in Paris, the place to be during the 1920s. She’s well known for her portraits and her fascination with the queer life of the time, as you can see in her painting The Parisienne (1924). One of her favorite motifs was her long-term companion Rachel Dunn shown in the second painting Girl with Cigarette (1925).

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    There’s something about that top portrait that I love, not sure what. Plus would love to rock that outfit.
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