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In Paris, several years earlier, he had cultivated the poet Robert de Montesquiou, who introduced him to an influential gay network which included Marcel Proust and the young Jean Cocteau.
What the ladies probably saw, according to a recently published study, was a dress rehearsal for one of the historical tableaux put on at the Petit Trianon by Count Robert de Montesquiou and his bohemian friends.
Count Robert de Montesquiou was an aristocrat, poet, wit, art critic, art patron, interior decorator, male beauty queen, and arbiter of elegance.
Florence moved in an interesting set, with friends such as Bernard Berenson, Rodin and Count Robert de Montesquiou.
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