Mid-Century Modern Women in the Visual Arts
Mid-Century Modern Women in the Visual Arts features an unparalleled collection of real-life heroines of the art, design, and fashion industries.
This gorgeous book is brimming with colorful, hand-painted portraits of each of the 25 creative women.
Each illustration is accompanied by a carefully selected quote—each lovely lady’s own words to live by.
- Entries feature a short biography of each prominent figure of the 1930s to the 1960s.
- Brimming with original illustrations by Ellen Surrey
- Includes an introduction by Gloria Fowler
Discover Edith Head’s humor, Alma Thomas’s gift for color, Vera Neumann’s inventive spirit, and Sister Corita Kent’s life advice—as well as Yayoi Kusama, Mary Blair, Ruth Asawa, Eva Zeisel, Florence Knoll, and many more.
Mid-Century Modern Women in the Visual Arts is a celebration of some of the most creative and successful women of that era, and how their work still resonates today.
By Gloria Fowler and Ellen Surrey |
Chronicle Chroma; Illustrated Edition, October 2020
Hardcover, 116 pages
7.75 x 0.63 x 10.25 inches
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