Jane Hill

Standard Name: Hill, Jane

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Education Dora Carrington
Critic Jane Hill notes that though Carrington entered the Slade at a remarkable period in its own history (Henry Tonks called it a second, and last, crisis of brilliance)
Birne, Eleanor. “At Dulwich Picture Gallery”. London Review of Books, No. 17, p. 37.
and in that of...
Literary responses Dora Carrington
Before she began painting, Carrington mused in a letter to Lytton Strachey about what she had seen: Doré , or Blake could hardly have conceived anything more frenzied.
Hill, Jane, and Michael Holroyd. The Art of Dora Carrington. Herbert Press, 1994.
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Jane Hill finds in the work...
Textual Features Dora Carrington
Critic Jane Hill argues that with this work, Carrington established her voice as uniquely, identifiably her own.
Hill, Jane, and Michael Holroyd. The Art of Dora Carrington. Herbert Press, 1994.
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Hill connects the pose and surroundings of the subject with elements both of Carrington's 1915 portrait of...
Textual Production Dora Carrington
Her penmanship is evocative, and her words are accompanied by striking illustrations: Jane Hill suggests that in some of her images Carrington anticipates the comic violence of Charlie Chaplin and Walt Disney 's Mickey Mouse...
Textual Production Dora Carrington
At Ham Spray in 1928, DC depicted Adam and Eve in a mosaic around Lytton Strachey 's bedroom fireplace; this image was later replaced with Boris Anrep 's painted hermaphrodite (which according to critic Jane Hill

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