Natalie clifford barney

Explore the fascinating life and legacy of Natalie Clifford Barney, a trailblazing writer and patron of the arts. Learn about her influential role in the literary and cultural scene of the 20th century.
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The Alice Pike Barney Studio House

[view:sia_slideshow==42569]On December 5, 1961 the Smithsonian announced that Alice Pike Barney's Studio House was donated to the Smithsonian by her daughters Natalie and Laura Barney. Alice Pike Barney was an American painter born in 1857 in Ohio. During the late 1800s, she spent time in Paris where she studied painting and began a salon in the home she rented there. When Barney returned to her home in Washington, D.C., she put a lot of effort into turning the city into a center for the…

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