Businesswoman and founder of a cosmetics empire, Helena Rubinstein (1872-1965) assembled an eclectic collection of art throughout her life, making her one of the most important collectors and patrons of the first half of the 20th century. Of this dizzying accumulation, African art and, to a lesser extent, Oceanic, Amerindian and Indonesian art constitute the most remarkable ensemble - an ensemble that "Madame" displayed and presented in her homes, and which was dispersed after her death in historic auctions. This book, which testifies to the central place of these objects in Helena Rubinstein's life and traces their journey, tells the untold story of this collection.This book is published on the occasion of the "Helena Rubinstein" exhibition at the musée du quai Branly.
Under the direction of Hélène JoubertThe musée du quai Branly Condition: NEW Language: FrenchNumber of pages: 239Dimensions: 260 x 190 mm PaperbackISBN : 978-2370741097
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