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One of twentieth-century America’s most influential patrons of the arts, Peggy Guggenheim (1898–1979) brought to wide public attention the work of such modern masters as Jackson Pollock and Man Ray.
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... the late Frank Lloyd Wright ; collector Peggy Guggenheim calls the new museum , " My uncle's garage , that Frank Lloyd Wright thing on Fifth Avenue . ” President Eisenhower breaks ground at New York May 14 for the Lincoln Center for the ...
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... from his political enemies. add igor stravinsky, ezra Pound, Peggy Guggenheim, Thomas Mann, and Joseph Brodsky, ... strike up a little Vivaldi or Patty Pravo (“the icon of Transgression”) and anything can happen ... and has. it's too much ...
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... an open-face sandwich with hard-boiled eggs and marinated herring, and a hamburger patty with a fried egg on top. ... Orson Welles, Peggy Guggenheim, Alfred Hitchcock, and Ernest Hemingway, who immortalized it in one of his novels .
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This is the fascinating autobiography of a society heiress who became the bohemian doyenne of the art world.
patty guggenheim from books.google.com
Dealers operate within a private world of handshake agreements, negotiating for the highest commissions. Michael Shnayerson, a longtime contributing editor to Vanity Fair, writes the first ever definitive history of their activities.
patty guggenheim from books.google.com
They are the nonfictional Richard Corys―those not slated for happily ever after. Women of Means is bound to be a non-fiction best seller, full of the best biographies of all time.
patty guggenheim from books.google.com
+ Dance icon Paul - Taylor celebrates his 50th season - Mercedes Ruehl as a feisty Peggy Guggenheim in the sofo play Woman Before a Glass . - Song : Une presidents The PRISM Saxophone . Quartet proves that . + " classical sax " is not + ...