Art | December 01, 2006

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In 1930, after Romaine Brooks sprained her leg, her doctor prescribed bed rest.  The artist shut herself in her room in her Parisian apartment on rue Raymond and used the seclusion to begin her Memoir, No Pleasant Memories.

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