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L'armour est aveugle print
L'armour est aveugle. A blindfolded man dances with four women in this illustration by George Barbier, engraved by Henri Reidel, from an album that depicts Paris couture and the fashionable elite at the beginning of the 1920s. The image is from Le bonheur du jour, ou, Les graces a la mode, Paris: Meynial, 1920.
- Image reference D40039-12
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