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A Bohemian Life, M Evelyn McCormick (1862-1948), American Impressionist is a fascinating blend of biography, early California social history, and the story of the emergence of California Impressionist painting. The book offers an intriguing account of Evelyn McCormicks life and times in San Francisco, Monterey, and Paris in a beautiful art book format. Evelyn was an unusually independent young woman who followed her lover to Paris and Monets Giverny in 1889. Painting was her passion, and she chose to pursue her talent over the traditional roles expected of a woman. Her exuberant spirit and…mehr

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A Bohemian Life, M Evelyn McCormick (1862-1948), American Impressionist is a fascinating blend of biography, early California social history, and the story of the emergence of California Impressionist painting. The book offers an intriguing account of Evelyn McCormicks life and times in San Francisco, Monterey, and Paris in a beautiful art book format. Evelyn was an unusually independent young woman who followed her lover to Paris and Monets Giverny in 1889. Painting was her passion, and she chose to pursue her talent over the traditional roles expected of a woman. Her exuberant spirit and lively personality make an absorbing and often surprising tale about the art world around the turn of the century in America and Paris.
Autorenporträt
Nelda Hirsh is a novelist and independent scholar. Her first book, Julia Du Val, is an historical novel centered on the life of a young woman who ventured out to the Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) in 1826 to visit her brothers at Fort Gibson. She lives with her husband in New York City and Boulder, Colorado.