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FASHION TALES. MARÍA FÉLIX AND CARTIER

Who is this woman of such bold tastes? The striking María Félix was a woman of her own convictions, and extravagance. Dubbed, “The supreme goddess of Spanish language cinema” by The New York Times, María chose to never learn English because she didn't want to be typecast in Hollywood. She has appeared in French cinema, and was a muse to the painter, Diego Rivera (husband of Frida Kahlo), and Nobel Prize-winning poet Octavio Paz.

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THE DARK SOUL OF DR. SEUSS. THE MIDNIGHT PAINTINGS COLLECTION

The 'Midnight Paintings' or 'secret' art of Dr. Seuss is an amazing body of work. Released post-humously per the artist's instruction, you will notice many of the same characters that inhabit the Seussian world but in much different settings and subject matter. 

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