Wood, Beatrice


Wood, Beatrice
▪ 1999

      American ceramicist who was dubbed the "mama of Dada" as a result of her relationship with the artist Marcel Duchamp; she gained celebrity for both her colourful lifestyle and her pottery and inspired a character in the book and film Jules et Jim as well as the 101-year-old Rose in the film Titanic (b. March 3, 1893, San Francisco, Calif.—d. March 12, 1998, Ojai, Calif.).

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