We feature American paintings and works on paper from the 1920s to the 1950s with special interest in the Urban/Industrial Scene, Modernism, Atelier 17, Surrealism, and African American work.
DJuna Barnes in Midnight in Paris
Peggy Bacon, Djuna Barnes, about 1940
The Estate of Peggy Bacon
Peggy Bacon would have been so pleased to see her pal Djuna Barnes featured in Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris. Now showing, the film opened May 11 in Cannes, of course. Barnes (1892-1982), the American modernist writer, was part of Bacon's Greenwich Village crowd, and figures in Bacon's Off with Their Heads, published 1934.
Link to Peggy Bacon show images:
Link to site:
More posts from susantellergallery
On view through Tomorrow, August 23, 2015 WILLIAM BAZIOTES: SURREALIST WATERCOLORS Allentown Art Museum 31 North Fifth Street Allentown, PA How is it possible? The ...
The Museum of Modern Art did a wonderful job with the Jacob Lawrence One-Way Ticket show (on view through Sept. 7, 2015). They are presenting the entire 60 panels of The Migration Series, ...
Today, on the last day, we made it to the League’s On the Front Lines: Military Veterans at The Art Students League of New York. Besides the exhibition itself, curator Jillian Russo ...
Sunday, July 12, was the last day of Art Santa Fe 2015. We loved being there and had many wonderful visitors. We were especially pleased that works by Peggy Bacon, William Baziotes, ...