Louison and Raminou, by Suzanne Valadon
1920, oil on canvas
Suzanne Valadon was a character. She started out as a trapeze artist, but turned to art after falling from the trapeze. She had multiple affairs, wed twice, divorced once, was the first woman admitted to the Beaux-Arts, was bff with Degas and often wore a corsage made out of carrots.
She was also a legit cat lady, which made this SIA an easy pick for Salazar. Send her your outfits inspired by this artwork by Monday night (January 27th)! Enjoy, ladies.