Dolores (artists' model)

Norine Fournier Lattimore (née Schofield; 11 March 1894[1] 8 August 1934[2][3]), known as Dolores, was an artists' model who was a fixture on London's bohemian scene between the First and Second World Wars. She posed for Jacob Epstein, for whom she played the role of "the High Priestess of Beauty" and who called her "the Phryne of modern times".[4] The Hearst Press in America, who sensationally serialised her life story, called her The "Fatal Woman' of the London Studios".[5] She was a contemporary of Betty May, Euphemia Lamb and Lilian Shelley.[6]

Dolores
Dolores in an artistic pose
Born
Norine Schofield

(1894-03-11)11 March 1894
London, England
Died8 August 1934(1934-08-08) (aged 40)
London, England
Other namesNorine Fournier Lattimore
OccupationArtists' model