Metropolitan Museum of Art


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Friends, Associates Alice Dixon Le Plongeon
In 1894 ADLP corresponded with Mary Elizabeth Adams Brown about her unsuccessful efforts to place artefacts from Yucatan in the Metropolitan Museum of Art , since Brown had, from 1889, donated about 4,000 musical instruments...
Leisure and Society Grace Elliott
Thomas Gainsborough painted GE (already publicly known to be a courtesan) and caused scandal by exhibiting her portrait at the Royal Academy .
This painting is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art , New York.
Conway, Alison. Private Interests. University of Toronto Press.
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Conway, Alison. Private Interests. University of Toronto Press.
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Occupation Roger Fry
RF worked as a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
Hussey, Mark. Virginia Woolf A to Z. Facts on File.
Occupation Alice Dixon Le Plongeon
In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, ADLP 's work centred around publicity and fund-raising, especially towards the publication of her husband's book Queen Móo and the Egyptian Sphinx, which was achieved in...
Occupation Leonora Carrington
In Paris LC created her seminal painting The Inn of the Dawn Horse, also known as Self-Portrait and (in 2017) held by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Moorhead, Joanna. The Surreal Life of Leonora Carrington. Virago Press.
She later...
Publishing Caroline Blackwood
CB sent her first two unpublished stories to Walter Evans , and they are now among his archive at the Metropolitan Museum , New York. When she married Israel Citkowitz he encouraged her writing...
Publishing Leonora Carrington
In 1946 LC wrote her play Penelope, in which the title character is liberated and set to begin a new phase of her life after the suicide of her father. As she escapes on...
Reception Leonora Carrington
Moorhead pays homage to her subject partly by naming each chapter in the book after one of LC 's visual or written texts, choosing pieces that she saw corresponding with her representations of the different...
Textual Production Emilie Barrington
EB compiled a critical catalogue of paintings by George Frederic Watts for an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York—which she herself had persuaded Watts to agree to.
Macmillan, Hugh. The Life Work of George Frederic Watts, R.A. J. M. Dent.
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