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    Mirror Portrait Caroline: Caroline and her Portrait

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    This is a portrait of daughter Caroline painted on a fragment of a broken mirror stuck into what I understand to be a piece of found wood. Her Godmother Mimi commissioned this piece. It is a favored object of mine. Mimi collects people. Artists mainly. The wilder the better. Linda Mason the artist who painted this has been called the woman who revolutionized makeup. She has a makeup studio and a small art gallery in New York. Here we see Caroline unadorned just over the line that divides women from girls. Checkout: Linda and The Art of Beauty at http://www.lindamason.com