The story of the Argentine sculptress Dolores Mora, better known as Lola Mora, autor of works well known in Argentine. She arrived in turn-of-the-century Rome, where she met figures such as Gabrielle D'Annunzio and Eleonora Duse, and on her return set up her atelier at the Palace of Congress. The challenge of being a woman in a world of men, and her links with the circles of power in Argentina of the begining of the century, led, finally, to being marginalized to poverty.
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