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by Susan Gilbert Harvey

  • ISBN: 0976895609
  • Author: Susan Gilbert Harvey
  • ePub ver: 1577 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Pages: 216
  • Publisher: Golden Apple Press; 1st Ed edition (2006)
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Harvey celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Hollins Abroad-Paris program of Hollins University. Includes chronology of Lester's life and a map of "Anna Lester's Paris. When artist Susan Gilbert Harvey opens her great-aunt's steamer trunk, she discovers a kindred spirit. taught art in women's colleges in Georgia and Virginia

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by Susan Gilbert Harvey. Published 2005 by Golden Apple Press,c2005. in Rome, Georgia "When artist Susan Gilbert Harvey opens her great-aunt's steamer trunk, she discovers a kindred spirit. taught art in women's colleges in Georgia and Virginia . Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

Born in Old Deerfield, Massachusetts Susan was the youngest of six children, born to Thomas and Harriet Arms Gilbert. Susan Huntington Gilbert was born December 19, 1830. She was orphaned by the time she was eleven years old, after her mother died in 1837 and her father in 1841

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(From back cover): When artist Susan Gilbert Harvey opens her great-aunt's trunk, she discovers a kindred spirit. Anna McNulty Lester (1862-1900) taught art in women's colleges in Georgia and Virginia. In 1898 she was alone in Paris, drawing from life in famous studios while medicating her chronic cough. Susan goes to Paris in 1998 to find Anna's pensions and studios and to relive her own college year abroad. Paris is a catalyst for transformation, whether one is a nineteenth-century painter, a nineteen-year-old student on Hollins Abroad, or an adventurous sixty-one-year-old sculptor. In this work of creative nonfiction, Susan Gilbert Harvey interlaces the lives of two women in two centuries. Letters and mementos form a layered portrait of two independent artists in transition.
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Pemand
Susan Gilbert Harvey is an intelligent woman (now probably in her 70's) with a strong sense of history & family. Reading this book is as comforting and heart-warming as sitting down with family or an old friend, sharing stories of times gone by. One gets insightful pictures of Paris in the late 1890s, when Harvey's great-aunt Anna went there to study art, as well as of Paris in the 1950s, when Harvey spent her Hollins College junior year abroad in the city. Harvey's narrative is interspersed with letters that both she and her great-aunt wrote back home and explores their respective experiences. A gentle read, full of feeling, & especially interesting for those who love Paris.
Doktilar
The history is interesting, but as a self published book (or at least it seems to be) the author dwells on herself more than her ancestor.
GWEZJ
We stayed at the hotel at 9, Sainte-Beuve in June 2014. The day we arrived it was an absolute down-pour of rain. Too rainy for an umbrella to provide protection. So we sat in the warm and inviting sitting room of the hotel and picked up this book. I was immediately intrigued. Sister Anna and I share a birthday. I bought the book when I returned to the USA. It is a wonderful book and a reminder of our stay in Paris,

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