Cléo de Mérode, French Dancer Of The Belle Époque

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Cléo de Mérode, French Dancer Of The Belle Époque

I made this digi years ago.  I think in 2012. I think she was so very pretty.

From Wikipedia;

Cleo’ de Mérode became renowned for her glamour even more than for her dancing skills, and her image began appearing on such things as postcards and playing cards.

Cleo’ de Mérode became renowned for her glamour even more than for her dancing skills, and her image began appearing on such things as postcards and playing cards. A particular new hairstyle she chose to wear became the talk of Parisian women and was quickly adopted as a popular style for all. Her fame was such that Alexandre Falguière sculpted The Dancer in her image, which today can be seen in the Musée d’Orsay.[6] In 1895, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec did her portrait, as would Charles Puyo, Alfredo Muller, and Giovanni Boldini

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