Post Profile






Florine Stettheimer: Feminist Provocateur

A feminist, Florine Stettheimer understood the provocative nature of basing her compositions on the rarely seen female point of view as well as the significance of her choice to create an overtly feminine style. The post Florine Stettheimer: Feminist Provocateur appeared first on Hyperallergic.
read more

share

Related Posts


Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach explores women's contributions to Modernism

Arts : Artdaily

The Norton Museum of Art, as part of a season celebrating the work of women artists, presents the first exhibition to examine the art and careers of modernists Georgia O?Keeffe, Florine Stettheimer, Helen Torr, and Marguerite Zorach...

The "Radical Black Progressive Feminists Of Atlanta" Who Protested Against "Racism And Police Brutality" On July 4th REFUSED To Show "Feminine Compassion" As The Black Female Store Clerk Who Had A Gun Pointed To Her Head Broke Down On TV. The Feminists

Ethnicity & Race / African American : Within The Black Community

During The Robbery Of A CVS Drug Store This BLACK FEMALE RETAIL CLERK Had A GUN POINTED STRAIGHT AT HER HEAD. She Is Seen HUGGING HER MOTHER Because Just A Short Time Again SHE THOUGHT THAT SHE WOULD BE MURDERED Over The Money In He...

Monkeys are seen making stone flakes so humans are 'not unique' after all

Academics / Archaeology : EurekAlert: Archaeology

(University of Oxford) In a paper, published in Nature, the research team says this finding is significant because archaeologists had always understood that the production of multiple stone flakes with characteristics such as concho...

Gertrude Stein's 'Four Saints in Three Acts' Achieves a Good Afterlife

Arts : Art Beat

Florine Stettheimer's set for Act I of the 1934 production of "Four Saints in Three Acts." Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Photo by Harold Swahn. Gertrude Stein is hot this cold San...

Exhibition of five new paintings by artist Rosson Crow opens at Sargent's Daughters

Arts : Artdaily

Sargent?s Daughters presents ?HYSTERIA: Spatial Conversations with Florine Stettheimer?, an exhibition of five new paintings by Los Angeles based artist Rosson Crow. In this recent body of work, Crow debuts a new technique of Xerox ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC