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The power of an educated black women is beyond this world. Dangerous because she is with armed knowledge.Educated she can be humble, so fierce she can be compassinate so passionate she is rational

Cléopatra Diane de Mérode was the first woman to dance with a male partner in the Russian Ballet. She continued to dance until her early fifties and was very popular in her ancestral homeland of Austria, where she befriended the artist Gustav Klimt. Cléo de Mérode retired to Biarritz and died in 1966 at age 91 and is entombed at Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.

Cleo de Merode La Belle Epoque's Beauty Cléo de Mérode an international sensation, one of the the most photographed woman in the world in her time, was a French ballerina, who achieved fame with her face, not her feet.

Gustav Klimt  Death and Life (1916)  |  (Oil, artwork, reproduction, copy, painting).

Gustav Klimt - Death and Life, 1911 “ “Death and Life has two very clearly separated parts. To the left, we see Death. Death is depicted and the classic grim reaper, a grinning skull, covered in a.

Study of a woman's head - Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci - Study of a woman's head. Date: c. 1490 Technique: Silverpoint on greenish prepared paper, 180 x 168 mm Type: study Form: graphics Location: Musée du Louvre, Paris Date circa 1490 Dimensions Height: 180 mm in). Width: 168 mm in).