Peggy Guggenheim

Standard Name: Guggenheim, Peggy

Connections

Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Family and Intimate relationships Leonora Carrington
During this period in Lisbon LC also reunited with Max Ernst , who had been freed from internment. He was also en route to America thanks to the art collector and patron Peggy Guggenheim ...
Friends, Associates Mary Butts
In Paris in the 1920s MB engaged with other modernist writers and literary people, including James Joyce , Djuna Barnes , Robert McAlmon , Ford Madox Ford , Bryher , Peggy Guggenheim , Ethel Colburn Mayne
Friends, Associates Violet Trefusis
VT strengthened her bonds with Osbert , Edith , and Sacheverell Sitwell , and formed others with Peggy Guggenheim , Isak Dinesen (Karen Blixen), François Mitterand , and Cecil Beaton .
Jullian, Philippe, John Nova Phillips, Violet Trefusis, and Vita Sackville-West. Violet Trefusis: Life and Letters. Hamish Hamilton, 1976.
124-5, 135
Friends, Associates Antonia White
In Chelsea AW formed a friendship with the painter Eliot Seabrooke , a large and centred personality
Dunn, Jane. Antonia White: A Life. Jonathan Cape, 1998.
72
who supplied an oasis of sanity in her life and helped her to sort out her opinions...
Material Conditions of Writing Djuna Barnes
The book was largely written under the patronage of Peggy Guggenheim , during the summers DB spent at Hayford Hall. DB dedicated it to Guggenheim and to John Ferrar Holmes .
Herring, Phillip. Djuna: The Life and Work of Djuna Barnes. Penguin, 1995.
186
Messerli, Douglas. Djuna Barnes: A Bibliography. David Lewis, 1975.
12
Occupation Leonora Carrington
In Peggy Guggenheim 's New York apartment, LC posed for the Artists in Exile photographic group portrait that would contribute to views of a major new phase of activity in modern art occasioned by World...
Occupation Leonora Carrington
LC 's 1938 painting The Horses of Lord Candlestick was included in the juried Exhibition by 31 Women at Peggy Guggenheim 's new Art of This Century gallery in New York City, which opened on this day.
Aberth, Susan L. Leonora Carrington: Surrealism, Alchemy and Art. Lund Humphries, 2010.
53
Dearborn, Mary V. Mistress of Modernism: The Life of Peggy Guggenheim. Houghton Mifflin, 2004.
204
Occupation Leonora Carrington
Peggy Guggenheim , to whom LC had made her first sale, acted as her patron by ensuring her visibility in numerous American venues during and after Carrington's time in the city.
Occupation Mina Loy
With Peggy Guggenheim 's financial backing, ML opened a shop in which she sold her handmade lampshades.
Burke, Carolyn. Becoming Modern: The Life of Mina Loy. Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1996.
340-2
Occupation Leonora Carrington
LC made her first sale: the major American collector and patron Peggy Guggenheim purchased her painting The Horses of Lord Candlestick during a buying trip to Paris
Moorhead, Joanna. The Surreal Life of Leonora Carrington. Virago Press, 2017.
83, 85
Publishing Leonora Carrington
The collection includes an introduction by Marina Warner , who worked with LC and Paul De Angelis on the integrity of the texts, which were first written between the late 1930s and early 1940s. Warner,...
Travel Djuna Barnes
DB accepted Peggy Guggenheim 's invitation to Hayford Hall in Devon.
Herring, Phillip. Djuna: The Life and Work of Djuna Barnes. Penguin, 1995.
185-6
Wealth and Poverty Djuna Barnes
By this time she relied on stipends from Peggy Guggenheim and Natalie Barney in order to live. She also received money from Samuel Beckett , Janet Flanner , and the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters

Timeline

January 1938
Peggy Guggenheim opened a gallery called Guggenheim Jeune in Cork Street, London, which did much to promote an English taste for avant-garde Continental art.