Ellen Emmet Rand

Gender, Art, and Business

Dr. Alexis L. Boylan (Redaktør)

This collection critically considers the career of Ellen Emmet Rand (1875-1941), one of the most important and prolific portrait painters in the United States in the first decades of the twentieth century and reimagines dialogues about women, art, business, and modernism. Les mer
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This collection critically considers the career of Ellen Emmet Rand (1875-1941), one of the most important and prolific portrait painters in the United States in the first decades of the twentieth century and reimagines dialogues about women, art, business, and modernism.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

List of Plates
List of Figures
Series Editor's Introduction
Acknowledgements

Introduction, The Rewilding of Ellen Emmet Rand, Alexis L. Boylan (University of Connecticut, USA)

Part 1: Crafting a Career
1. Ellen Emmet Rand's Self-Portrait: Picturing the Professional Body, Betsy Fahlman (Arizona State University, USA)

2. Among Women, between Men: Launching a Career, 1896-1900, Elizabeth Lee (Dickinson College, USA)

3. People, Places, Prizes, and Prices, Susan Spiggle (University of Connecticut, USA)

Part 2: Working the Scene
4. The Power of Profile: Ellen Emmet Rand and Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Thayer Tolles (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA)

5. Work What You've Got: The Contrasting Careers of Tade Styka and Ellen Emmet Rand, William Ashley Harris (Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, USA)

6. Artist and Amazon: The Sporting Paintings of Ellen Emmet Rand, Claudia P. Pfeiffer (National Sporting Library & Museum, USA)

Part 3: Shifting Bodies
7. Hide and Seek: Ellen Emmet Rand, Childhood and US Art Study in France, c. 1898, Emily C. Burns (Auburn University, USA)

8. Ellen Emmet Rand, Bourgeois Portraiture, and the Disruption of Ideological Fantasy, Christopher Vials (University of Connecticut, USA)

9. Painting the President: The Body Politics of Ellen Emmet Rand's Franklin D. Roosevelt Portraits, Emily M. Mazzola (University of Pittsburgh, USA)

Bibliography
Author Biographies
Index

Om forfatteren

Alexis L. Boylan is the director of academic affairs of the University of Connecticut Humanities Institute and an associate professor with a joint appointment in the Art and Art History Department and the Africana Studies Institute. She is the author of Visual Culture (2020) and Ashcan Art, Whiteness, and the Unspectacular Man (2017), co-author of Furious Feminisms: Alternate Routes on Mad Max: Fury Road (2020), and editor of Ellen Emmet Rand: Gender, Art, and Business (2020) and Thomas Kinkade, The Artist in the Mall (2011).