Women readers on the art history / Mujeres lectoras en el arte
The Letters by Catrin Welz-Stein
pintura de Fabio Hurtado
pintura de Meijer Bleekrode (1896-1943)
Reading and Art
pintura de Daniel Huntington
Daniel Huntington - Woman Reading
pintura de Hans Hassenteufel (1887-1943)
La Garconne (1931). Jeanne Mammen (German, 1890-1976). In 1933, after the National Socialists had seized power, Jeanne Mammen’s portrayals, those of women in particular, were cause for concern. After her participation in the spring exhibition of the “Verein der Künstlerinnen zu Berlin” the first slanderous attacks appeared in the Nazi press, denouncing her manner of portrayal and the depicted motifs and subjects as being Jewish.
pintura de Jeanne Mammen (1890-1976)
pintura de Leon Viorescu (1886-1936)
dibujo de Jessie Wilcox Smith (1863-1935)
Ex-libris, Pavel Šimon (1920-1958)
pintura de Francis Coates Jones ( 1857-1932)
Artist James Montgomery Flagg, best known as the creator of the I Want You for [the] U.S. Army poster, was a frequent contributor to the periodicals of his day. Here Flagg created a cover for The Bookman, an illustrated literary journal dedicated to reviewing contemporary American literature through its four decades of publication. The Bookman was the first American publication to promote best-sellers by listing titles "in order of demand."
litografía de James Montgomery Flagg (1877-1960)
Sunday Girl. Raymond Leech (English, 1949-). Oil on canvas, Leech has been affected by the figure work of Stanhope Forbes and Dame Laura Knight. He admires their work because it provided ‘a breath of fresh air’ and Leech believes that a successful painting is not just a picture, but one that captures the air around the subject.
pintura de John Michael Carter