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Jacob Esptein “Marchesa Casati” 1918. From: Art Gallery of Ontario & Arwas Archives

Jacob Esptein “Marchesa Casati” From: Art Gallery of Ontario & Arwas Archives

Le peintre Giovanni Boldini et la marquise Casati à la Ca Venier dei Leoni en 1913

Paul-César Helleu, Giovanni Boldini and L. Casati wearing the Indo-persane costume in the garden of Palazzo Venierde Leoni, September 1913 photograph Mariano Fortuny

Marchesa Luisa Casati

‘I want to be a living work of art’ said The Marchesa Luisa Casati

Marchesa Luisa Casati, by Renato Bertelli. c 1920. Sculpture. Cavallini Sgarbi, Collection

Renato Bertelli Marchesa Luisa Casati c. 1920 Sculpture Cavallini Sgarbi Collection The Divine Marchesa Art and life of Luisa Casati from the Belle Époque to the spree years From October 2014 to March 2015 Palazzo Fortuny, Venice

T.J Wilcox, Queens of the Night, 2008, Torino, Private Collection

J Wilcox, Queens of the Night, Torino, Private Collection

Portrait of Luisa Casati by Adolf de Meyer

Marchesa Luisa Casati - 1912 - Venice - Photo by Baron Adolph de Meyer

La Marchesa Luisa Casati ,1908 |  Giovanni Boldini

Giovanni Boldini Portrait of the Marchesa Luisa Casati, with a Greyhound art painting for sale; Shop your favorite Giovanni Boldini Portrait of the Marchesa Luisa Casati, with a Greyhound painting on canvas or frame at discount price.

Luisa Casati by Federico Armando Beltran-Masses, 1920

Painting of Luisa Casati, Federico Armando Beltran-Masses, 1920

Portrait of Marchesa Luisa Casati [photographer unknown] (ca. 1903). She became a muse to Italian Futurists , captivated artists and literary figures and had numerous portraits painted and sculpted by various artists. She posed for photographs by Man Ray, Cecil Beaton and Baron Adolph de Meyer. Many of them she paid for, as a wish to “commission her own immortality”.  She is famous for saying “I want to be a living work of art”.

Marchesa Luisa Casati in Italian heiress, muse, and patroness of the arts in early century Europe. As the concept of dandy was expanded to include women, the Marchesa Casati fitted the utmost female example by saying: "I want to be a living work of art".

Alberto Martini . La marchesa Casati come arciere selvaggio (Grand Canyon), 1927 - Pastello su carta, 300 x 140 cm Collezione privata Audouy

Casati, la divina marchesa che fece di se stessa un'opera d'arte

Alberto Martini – The Marchesa Casati as savage archer (Grand Canyon) 1927 Pastel on paper, 300 x 140 cm (Private Collection Audouy)

Marchesa Luisa Casati portrait by Leon Bakst 1912

Portrait of the Marchesa Casati, 1912 Leon Bakst (same woman as painted by augustus john)

Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo. Delphos dress with smock, circa 1920 - taffeta pleated silk and glassy beads; gauze printed silk and beaded vitreous .Venezia, Fortuny Museum Archive

Casati, la divina marchesa che fece di se stessa un'opera d'arte

Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo. Delphos dress with smock, circa 1920 - taffeta pleated silk and glassy beads; gauze printed silk and beaded vitreous .

Alberto Martini.  La marchesa Casati come Cesare Borgia, 1925 Pastello, 280 x 125 cm  -Collezione privata Audouy

Casati, la divina marchesa che fece di se stessa un'opera d'arte

Alberto Martini - La marchesa Casati come Cesare Borgia, 1925

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Marquise Luisa Casati - 1912 - Photo by Baron Adolph de Meyer

The-Marchesa-Luisa-Casati -by-Simon-Wass

The-Marchesa-Luisa-Casati -by-Simon-Wass ~Via Lynda Peacock

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