Josephine Baker was known as 'Black Venus'

Wilder than her pet cheetah, the sex-mad Black Venus who outwitted the Nazis: Remarkable story of Josephine Baker as Rihanna is set to play legendary seductress in biopic

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Josephine Baker's Life and Career in Photographs

Josephine Baker at the Folies Bergeres (Paris). Photo: Piaz.

Josephine Baker at the Follies Bergeres (Paris). JB was a BRAVE SPY who helped defeat the Nazis!

Inspiration: Josephine Baker,1928 | She's So RAW Spring/Summer Collection 2014

Josephine Baker's Life and Career in Photographs

The Great Harlem Renaissance Diva Herself: Josephine Baker,

JOSEPHINE BAKER (Natural Belle: vintage on we heart it / visual bookmark #6754739)

Natural Belle: vintage on we heart it / visual bookmark Josephine Baker was THE body of that era

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Beautiful Black People: The Image of Performer Josephine Baker - "Josephine Baker. (Source: James E.

"I like Frenchmen very much, because even when they insult you they do it so nicely." - Josephine Baker

Josephine Baker - while although she was slightly exploited for who she was and her race, she was a pioneer of liberation in the shows not only a prominent female figure but also the style of movie posters/music posters/art in general

Josephine Baker. #HarlemRainassance #MoveUptown and become a part of #Harlem community. Follow @bohemiarealty

17 Stunning Images of Black Women During the Harlem Renaissance Era

Josephine Baker. #HarlemRainassance #MoveUptown and become a part of #Harlem community. Follow @bohemiarealty

retrochic:    oldhollywood:    “Beautiful? It’s all a question of luck. I was born with good                  legs. As for the rest… beautiful, no. Amusing, yes.”  -Josephine Baker (via Conde Nast)

It’s all a question of luck. As for the rest… beautiful, no. Amusing, yes.” -Josephine Baker, 1934 [photo by George Hoyningen-Huene, via Conde Nast archive]

Josephine Baker: Casino De Paris

Josephine Baker: Casino De Paris

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