Le violon d'Ingres  

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-{{Template}}+{{Template}}'''''Ingres's Violin''''' (French: ''Le violon d'Ingres'') is a [[1924]] photograph by [[Man Ray]] portraying [[Alice Prin]] (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in the pose of the ''[[Valpinçon Bather]]''.{{GFDL}}
-Ingres's well-known passion for playing the violin gave to the French language a [[colloquialism]], "''[[violon d'Ingres]]''", meaning a hobby or avocation. The American painter and photographer [[Man Ray]] used this expression as the title of a famous photograph portraying [[Alice Prin]] (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in the pose of the ''Valpinçon Bather''.{{GFDL}}+

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Ingres's Violin (French: Le violon d'Ingres) is a 1924 photograph by Man Ray portraying Alice Prin (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in the pose of the Valpinçon Bather.


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