Lucie de Souza Cardoso, 1890-1987

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    Retrato de Lucie. Manhufe (Amarante, Portugal).
    Data de produção da fotografia: 1915.

    Portrait of Lucie. Manhufe (Amarante, Portugal).
    Capture date: 1915.

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    ARōs (Ana Rodrigues), and 173 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. SteveL37 77 months ago | reply

      Beautiful in every way.

    2. hautukuafu 76 months ago | reply

      This is a very unique photograph. It has a very dignified, but gentle touch to it.

    3. Monsieur. 75 months ago | reply


      Very Intresting...


    4. chocolategirl64 74 months ago | reply

      It's the natural lighting and pose that make this image so endearing.
      Her far-away look leave us wondering what she is thinking about while enjoying the sunshine.

    5. Becca(at BrightHaven) 69 months ago | reply

      Oi! Sou administrador de um grupo chamado Lady Vintage e nós adoraríamos ter isto adicionado ao grupo!

    6. Ben-Hen 67 months ago | reply


    7. rashi.panwar 65 months ago | reply

      it's a beautiful snap.

    8. Allaboutphotography 65 months ago | reply

      Again nice photo...Thanks for sharing...:):)

    9. Lati158 27 months ago | reply

      Nice photo

    10. masterofoz 27 months ago | reply

      but who is she? why is she important?

    11. Biblioteca de Arte-Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian 27 months ago | reply

      Dear masterofoz,
      Lucie de Souza Cardoso was the wife of one of the most important portuguese painters in the beginging of the 20 century: Amadeo de Souza Cardoso. (
      So. per se, she is not very important.
      Best regards

    12. Josep Ventura 26 months ago | reply

      Good photo I invite the group / Bona foto et convido al grup - Black Cat / Gat negre

    13. excellentzebu1050 21 months ago | reply

      Beautiful in one word

    14. celarevic.sladjana 17 months ago | reply

      So beautiful hands and she is really lady!

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