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The Queer Encyclopedia of the Visual Arts
No one has disputed the significant contribution of women in the cultural history of salons, but what is often overlooked in mainstream publications on the topic is that many of these salon hostesses and attendees were lesbian, bisexual, or gay.
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In (Eds.), The Queer Encyclopedia of the Visual Arts. San Francisco, CA: Cleis Press