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Jacqueline Lamba
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Artist
    (November 17, 1910-July 20, 1993)
    Born in Saint-Mande, France
    Surrealist painter
    Married to Andre Breton (1934 –1943)
    Paintings include 'Les Heures' (1935), 'In Spite of Everything, Spring' (1942), '31 Women' (1943), 'The Women' (1945), 'Roxbury Astres' (1946), and 'Les Papillons Noirs' (1950)
    Famous for her friendships with Pablo Picasso and Frida Kahlo
    She left Andre Breton for photographer and sculptor David Hare, whom she would divorce in 1955.
    She divorced Breton because she felt overshadowed by his fame.
    She was rumored to have cheated on David Hare with Frida Kahlo.
    Her father died in an automobile accident when she was three.
    She was a protege of Dora Maar.
    She was the inspiration for Andre Breton's 1937 book 'L'Amour Fou.'
    She and Breton fled the Vichy Government during World War II, escaping to the US.
    She inspired paintings by both Picasso and Kahlo.
    For the last five years of her life, she struggled with Alzheimer's disease.

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