1920s Weimar Women Jeanne Mammen 1890-1976

Boring Dolls by Jeanne Mammen (German, raised in Paris) - Weimarart)

Jeanne Mammen (German, 1890-1976) ~ She captured the powerful and sensual aspects of women during Weimar era Germany.  "The Redhead"

Jeanne Mammen (German, ~ She captured the powerful and sensual aspects of women during Weimar era Germany. "The Redhead" – La rousse – – aquarelle et crayon sur papier

thegayreich: “ LGBTQ History: Gay Berlin In the 1920s, the scene flourished in Berlin and the city established itself, though with interruptions, as a gay capital. Even though the city was struggling with financial woes after the First World War, a...

thegayreich: “ LGBTQ History: Gay Berlin In the the scene flourished in Berlin and the city established itself, though with interruptions, as a gay capital. Even though the city was struggling with financial woes after the First World War, a.

By Jeanne Mammen (1890–1976), c. 1930, Carnival in Berlin N III (Fasching Berlin N III), Watercolor and pencil on paper. (detail)

By Jeanne Mammen c. Carnival in Berlin N III (Fasching Berlin N III), Watercolor and pencil on paper.

Jan. 1932, Gesprächsfetzen (Snatches of conversation), Simplicissimus, Jeanne Mammen

Gesprächsfetzen (Snatches of conversation), Simplicissimus, Jeanne Mammen

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