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Individual Artists
  • Author:
    Charlotte Gere
  • ISBN:
    0856703338
  • ISBN13:
    978-0856703331
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  • Publisher:
    Academy Editions Ltd (a division of John Wiley & Sons Ltd.); 1st edition (December 5, 1977)
  • Pages:
    96 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Individual Artists
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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780847801046.

Marie Laurencin, London - Paris, Flammarion, 1977. Marie Laurencin: Une Femme Inadaptée" in Feminist Histories of Art Ashgate Publishing, 2003. Marie Laurencin, Paris, Mercure de France, 1987. Kahn, Elizabeth Louise.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Monograph on French avant-garde artist, Marie Laurencin, whose paintings and illustrations created a stir in the early twentieth century.

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Marie Laurencin 'woman with dog'. Painter, stage decorator, book illustrator and print-designer; Marie Laurencin worked in Picasso’s Paris studio together with other avant-garde painters in the early 20th century. She was the favoured muse of Apollinaire (who also encouraged her poetry-writing), her first customer was Gertrude Stein and she was immensely admired by the social elite of both Europe and America.

3 On view in: Not on view.

New York, 1977, ill. p. 50, calls it "Jeune Fille au bateau, Girl in a Boat" and dates it about 1925. Marie Laurencin: Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre. 3 On view in: Not on view. 13 On view in: Not on view.

Marie Laurencin photographed by Carl Van Vechten, 1949. Marie Laurencin (October 31, 1885–June 8, 1956) was a French painter and printmaker. Marie Laurencin, London - Paris, Flammarion, 1977. Marie Laurencin, Tokyo, éd.

Marie Laurencin, in spite of the noticeable reputation she made in Paris in the first half of the 20th century, attracted only sporadic attention by late-20th century art historians. The substance of her art and the feminist issues that were entangled in her life have been narrowly examined or reduced by an author's chosen theoretical format; and the terms of her lesbian identity have been overlooked. In this case study of "une femme inadaptee" and "an unfit feminist", Elizabeth Kahn re-situates Laurencin in the ongoing feminist debates that enrich the disciplines of art history, women's studies and literary criticism. Kahn's thorough reading of the artist's visual and literary production ensures a comprehensive overview which addresses notable works and passages but also integrates those that are less well known. Incorporating feminist theory and building on the work of contemporary feminist art historians, she avoids the heroics of conventional biography, instead allowing her subject to participate in the historical collective of women's work. The study of Marie Laurencin's life and works also explores the multiple valences by which to connect the histories of, and find new connections between, women artists across the 20th century.