French painter. She studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where she also worked at the Atelier Humbert. In 1909 and 1911, she exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Francais and, in 1913, in the foyer of the Champs Elysées Theatre, where a hundred pastel works were displayed. Her first engravings and canvases were inspired by the Russian ballet. Around 1915, she produced some works in sculpted wood and, in 1917, she met Jean Hugo, who she married in 1919. She worked with her husband in the making of costumes for the theatre. In 1928, she became involved with the Surrealist group, exhibiting with them on a regular basis between 1930 and 1936, namely in producing cadavre-exquis. In 1934, she began a portrait of Picasso and also painted some of her Surrealist friends. She also produced diverse illustrations for books and decorative work for French theatres.