Gertrude Stein was the woman behind many of the greatest writers and artists in Paris of the 1920’s and the famous catch phrase, the “Lost Generation”.
Growing up in a wealthy family, the incredible intelligent woman was well educated, appreciated art and amassed a collection that any museum would envy.
While her time in Paris is engraved on the life of the expatriates and many of their famous feuds we dig a little deeper into who Gertrude really was.
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