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Ionia - Clementine de Vere
1888 - 1973

Read her story and see the video presentation.

Clementine de Vere is the sister of Elise de Vere, the daughter of Okita (Julia Ferrett) and Charles de Vere.

In 1919 she became Princess Clementine Eristavi-Tchitcherine by wedding Prince Vladimir Eristavi-Tchitcherine in Paris.

All Ionia posters were printed by Moody Bros. of Birmingham.

Title: Blue portrait
Size: 29 x 20
Date: c.1911

Title: Green portrait
Size: 20 x 30
Date: c.1911

Title: Portrait
Size: 16 x 13.25
Date: c.1911

Title: Hands Portrait
Size: 19 x 14
Date: c.1911

Title: The Goddess of Mystery
Size: 87.5 x 40 inches
Date: c. 1911

Title: The Enigma
Size: 87.5 x 40 inches
Date: c. 1911

Title: Ionia, Stage Scene
Size: 59.5 x 118 inches
Date: c.1911

Title: The Enchantress
Size: 20 x 30
Date: c.1911

Title: Ionia, trunk illusion
Size: 29 x 20
Date: c.1911

Title: L'Inspiration
Size: 20 x 30
Date: c. 1911

Size: 87.5 x 40 inches
Date: c. 1911

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