Review: GLORY IN A LINE by Phyllis Birnbaum

Outlandish and Arrogant: An Artist Who Succeeded in Creating Something Original

by Janet Maslin for NY Times Books (Dec. 11, 2006)

“Paris in the 1920s, Montparnasse in particular, evokes visions of exuberant talent and bohemian cachet. Picasso and Modigliani were there, and so was one artist who most assuredly was not starving: Foujita, the attention-getting Japanese painter whose images of cats and women were all the rage.”

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