Postcard

En el cabaret, by Fabius Lorenzi 1920s (?)

Ray Batchelor writes: “From Spanish website http://www.esto.es/tango/espanol/Ellas.htm  text by J. Alberto Mariñas. The artist Fabius Lorenzi (1880-1969) specialised in fashionable illustrations of a sexually adventurous, Parisian demi-monde, including – depending on how you look at them – representations of women enjoying autonomous sexual relations with men, to which this image

Tango Postcard 1920s (?)

Ray Batchelor writes: “The artwork for this postcard is signed by Luiz Usabal Y Hernandez. It is taken from the Wikipedia entry for “Queer Tango” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queer_Tango  (accessed 29 March 2016) which includes this quotation from J. Alberto Mariñas: "The origin of those images, like the origin of the enthronement of

Le dernier tango – The last tango!

Gonzalo Collazo writes: “Le dernier tango – The last tango! http://images.mesdiscussions.net/pages14-18/mesimages/17892/794001.jpg Ballo Tragico ” What do you belive the copyright status of this image to be? Gonzalo Collazo believes: “The image is out of copyright.” The image url: https://www.google.com.uy/imgres?imgurl=https%3A%2F%2Fmccovers.blob.core.windows.net%2Fcovers%2F95259%2Fmid%2F0009.jpg&imgrefurl=https%3A%2F%2Fpocketmags.com%2Fviewmagazine.aspx%3Fcatid%3D1032&category=General+Interest&subcatid=198&subcategory=History+%26+Knowledge&title=FOCUS+STORIA&titleid=2492&issueid=95259&h=1280&w=965&tbnid=K2jUh11vcr7RPM&tbnh=259&tbnw=195&usg=__1oKmp1GvQeRxVcdtW0IVBGQRpmk%3D&hl=es-419&docid=5BKcPOmxW2zL8M

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