Art: Queensberrys

The most honorable 10th Marquess of Queensberry, 31, and his lady Marchioness, 25, landed at Manhattan last week, because he is a stockbroker and she is a portrait painter. He will study U. S. financiers in action. She will paint their wives in repose.

Perhaps Cathleen, Marchioness of Queensberry, had not heard the warning of Emile Fuchs (see above) that she ought to have at least a baronet* in her family tree to succeed as an artist in the U. S. She is only the daughter of a Scotch commoner, famed Anglo-U. S. Portraitist...

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