Attracted by the artistic scene, she found some work as a nude model for the Futurist and Expressionist painters, among them Marcel Duchamp, who appreciated her "lean masculine figure and gaunt ravaged face." She composed a poem in his honor, titled, "Marcel, Marcel, I Love You Like Hell, Marcel."
Assemblage of miscellaneous objects in a wine glass: Configured as a bird of sorts with waxed-on peacock feathers and bristly tail (alluding to Duchamps frequent crossdressing). No longer extant.
Also, check out this recent article on the Baroness in Interview!!