Meret Oppenheim was a German-born Swiss artist, born in Berlin in 1913 to a German father and Swiss mother. In 1932 she moved to Paris, where she began her career as an artist, making abstract paintings. Considered an "inspirational muse" of the Surrealist movement, she modeled for the photographer artist Man Ray and authored the 1936 work "Déjeuner en fourrure". She died in 1985 in Basel at the age of 72.
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