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Giovanni Boldini (1842-1931) - Fuoco d'Artificio (Fireworks). Oil on Canvas. Circa 1894. Museo Giovanni Boldini. Ferrara, Italy.

Giovanni Boldini (1842-1931) - Fuoco d'Artificio (Fireworks). Oil on Canvas. Circa 1894. Museo Giovanni Boldini. Ferrara, Italy.

La Principessa Marthe Lucie Bibesco, 1911, Giovanni Boldini.

La Principessa Marthe Lucie Bibesco, 1911, Giovanni Boldini.

Portrait of Giovinetta Errazuriz, by Giovanni Boldini, 1892

Portrait of Giovinetta Errazuriz, by Giovanni Boldini, 1892

Portrait of Signorina Concha de Ossa (Giovanni Boldini)

Portrait of Signorina Concha de Ossa (Giovanni Boldini)

Elizabeth Wharton Drexel by Giovanni Boldini, 1911.  ~Repinned Via Amparo Mañez

Elizabeth Wharton Drexel by Giovanni Boldini, 1911. ~Repinned Via Amparo Mañez

La Contessa Speranza - Giovanni Boldini

La Contessa Speranza - Giovanni Boldini

Giovanni Boldini (1842-1931) Portrait of Donna Franca Florio Oil on canvas 1924 Public collection

Giovanni Boldini (1842-1931) Portrait of Donna Franca Florio Oil on canvas 1924 Public collection

Giovanni Boldini, Portrait of Mrs Howard Johnston,1906, via Wiki paintings

Giovanni Boldini

Giovanni Boldini, Portrait of Mrs Howard Johnston,1906, via Wiki paintings

Giovanni Boldini - Portrait of the Actress Marthe de Florian, 1898. (¡Mira esto! ¡Abandonó su casa en 1939 y cuando abrieron la puerta, nos quedamos boquiabiertos! - Para Los Curiosos)

Giovanni Boldini - Portrait of the Actress Marthe de Florian, 1898. (¡Mira esto! ¡Abandonó su casa en 1939 y cuando abrieron la puerta, nos quedamos boquiabiertos! - Para Los Curiosos)

Giovanni Boldini 1901 | Cléo de Mérode (1875-1966), an international sensation, one of the the most photographed woman in the world in her time, was a French ballerina, who achieved fame with her face, not her feet. Born in Paris, Cléopatra Diane de Mérode belonged to a Belgian noble family of some means; her father, Karl von Merode, was a landscape painter.

Giovanni Boldini 1901 | Cléo de Mérode (1875-1966), an international sensation, one of the the most photographed woman in the world in her time, was a French ballerina, who achieved fame with her face, not her feet. Born in Paris, Cléopatra Diane de Mérode belonged to a Belgian noble family of some means; her father, Karl von Merode, was a landscape painter.

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