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Knopf and Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1976. Lucie-Smith, Edward. American Realism. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1994. Lunde, Karl. Isabel Bishop. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1975. Nemser, Cindy. ” Feminist Art Journal 5: 1 (spring 1976): 14–20. Yglesias, Helen. Isabel Bishop, with a foreword by John Russell. New York: Rizzoli, 1989. — C. K. ጦ BLAINE, NELL (1922–1996) Painter, Graphic Artist Dubbed by critics “the priestess of light” and the “Queen of Unpolluted Color,” during her 50-year exemplary career Nell Blaine switched from geometric abstract art to beautifully executed figurative oils and works on paper.
15 BACON, PEGGY Born Margaret Frances Bacon on May 1, 1895, in Ridgefield, Connecticut, to two professional artists, Peggy, as she was known, grew up surrounded by palettes and paintbrushes, and she was drawing by the time she was a toddler. Her parents had met at the Art Students League in New York City, where Bacon would meet her future husband. In 1913 she graduated from a private boarding school in New Jersey. That same year, her father committed suicide, apparently because he felt he had failed as a painter.
While in Paris, she began to paint outdoors. “It was like opening a window,” she later recalled. “Suddenly a lot of sunlight came in. So I decided to let myself go and become a kind of hedonist, to enjoy painting again, loose painting. ” Blaine experienced that same sense of excitement when she came in contact with natural light in Mexico, the Caribbean islands, and Greece. Increasingly Blaine’s work was becoming more figurative. ” Her subjects—floral bouquets, rooftops, and sun-drenched interiors—were considered unusual choices for a modernist, who was supposed to discard anything too conventional or pretty.