Belle Haleine, Eau de Voilette, 1921 -by Rrose Sélavy
The perfume bottle created in 1921 was offered by Duchamp to Yvonne Chastel who kept it throughout her life… The story is very well told here…

Belle Haleine, Eau de Voilette, 1921 -by Rrose Sélavy

The perfume bottle created in 1921 was offered by Duchamp to Yvonne Chastel who kept it throughout her life… The story is very well told here…

Belle Haleine, Eau de Voilette, 1921 -by Rrose Sélavy
The perfume bottle created in 1921 was offered by Duchamp to Yvonne Chastel who kept it throughout her life… The story is very well told here…

Belle Haleine, Eau de Voilette, 1921 -by Rrose Sélavy

The perfume bottle created in 1921 was offered by Duchamp to Yvonne Chastel who kept it throughout her life… The story is very well told here…

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