Lady Caroline Blackwood
The Lady Caroline Maureen Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood had the great misfortune of being notorious libertine (and great painter) Lucian Freud’s muse-wife. A writer herself, Lady Blackwood was depressed and drunk for most of her life, after the fashion of lost and beautiful aristocrats, but at least managed to bang out seven books. She would later marry the poet Robert Lowell! Oh, and Picasso made art on her hands one time in Paris.