Guillaume Apollinaire

Standard Name: Apollinaire, Guillaume


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Friends, Associates Gertrude Stein
A banquet in Paris for the painter Hénri Rousseau (le douanier) was attended by a colourful convoy including Leo and Gertrude Stein , Alice Toklas , Max Jacob , Guillaume Apollinaire , Marie Laurencin and Pablo Picasso .
Hobhouse, Janet. Everybody Who was Anybody: A Biography of Gertrude Stein. Doubleday.
Brinnin, John Malcolm, and John Ashbery. The Third Rose: Gertrude Stein and her World. Addison-Wesley.
Friends, Associates Gertrude Stein
With this purchase Gertrude and Leo embarked on a course that made them not only patrons but also close friends of Matisse and the circle of young, emerging artists congregated in Paris: painters Georges Braque
Reception Cecily Mackworth
She received a five-pound tip for an article on Apollinaire published by Horizon; Cyril Connolly had appealed to readers to supplement his mean rates of pay by a tip for anything they particularly liked.
Mackworth, Cecily. Ends of the World. Carcanet.
Textual Production Cecily Mackworth
Cecily Mackworth published a critical biography entitled Guillaume Apollinaire and the Cubist Life: the frontispiece is a drawing of Apollinaire by Picasso .
The British National Bibliography. Council of the British National Bibliography; British Library, Bibliographic Services Division.
Textual Production Cecily Mackworth
As a cosmopolitan person with close ties to more than one country and language, CM often worked at translation. She included work of her own in A Mirror for French Poetry, 1840-1940, and while...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Nina Hamnett
This book is highly readable: its fast-paced, witty narrative conducted in short sentences with few dates and even less of explanation or embroidery. NH is positively off-hand about such important topics as her early relations...


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