Jessica Dismorr, 1885-1939
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Jessica Dismorr, 1885-1939 oils, watercolours, drawings [catalogue of exhibition held] 3 April-4 May 1974. by Mercury Gallery.

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Published by the Gallery in London .
Written in English

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  • Dismorr, Jessica.

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An artist at the forefront of the avant-garde in Britain – from her involvement with the Rhythm group during the late s, to vorticism, post-war figuration and the abstraction of the s – Jessica Dismorr ( – ) has since, unjustly, fallen into obscurity.   Radical Women tells an original story of British modernism from the perspective of Jessica Dismorr's career, along with the women artists—some famous, some lesser known—she worked and exhibited with. The work of Jessica Dismorr () has been described as encapsulating 'the stylistic developments of twentieth-century British Art', and her oeuvre . Radical Women tells an original story of British modernism from the perspective of Jessica Dismorr's career, along with the women artistssome famous, some lesser knownshe worked and exhibited with. The work of Jessica Dismorr () has been described as encapsulating 'the stylistic developments of twentieth-century British Art', and her oeuvre certainly encompassesAuthor: Alicia Foster. Dismorr, Jessica Stewart, Artist file: miscellaneous uncataloged material. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas J. Watson Library: referencedIn: Nicholson, Ben, Ben Nicholson letters to Jessica Stewart Dismorr and Tony Reichardt, Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: creatorOf.

- Jessica Dismorr (), Abstract Composition, c. Oil on wood. At the Tate Britain. Jessica Dismorr - Lumière du soleil Martigues jpg × ; KB Jessica Dismorr - Related forms jpg 1, × ; 49 KB Jessica Dismorr - Superimposed forms jpg × Alternative names: Jessica Stewart Dismorr. Foster, Alicia, author; Dismorr, Jessica Stewart, ; Pallant House Gallery, host institution. Hardback, Book. English. Published London: Lund Humphries, Rate this 1/5 2/5 3/5 4/5 5/5 Available at Kimberlin. This item is not reservable because: There are no reservable copies for this title. Description Radical Women tells an original story of British modernism from the perspective of Jessica Dismorr's career, along with the women artists - some famous, some lesser-known - she worked and exhibited with. The work of Jessica Dismorr () has been described as encapsulating 'the stylistic developments of twentieth-century British Art', and her oeuvre .

askART, an artist directory with millions of worldwide artists' paintings and art - Auction records and results, artwork prices, valuations, signatures, images and artist biographies.   Jessica Dismorr ( - ), tempera on board - Composition signed, bearing Birmingham Exhibition label verso, in silvered frame, 51cm x 61cm. Provenance: Alexander Poston Fine Art. Gillian Jason Modern & Contemporary Art where purchased by the vendor October CONDITION REPORT Excellent condition overall. 5 See Catherine Heathcock, ‘Jessica Dismorr (): Artist, Writer, Vorticist’ (unpublished thesis, Birmingham University, ) 6 Richard Cork, Vorticism and Abstract Art in the First Machine Age,Volume 1: Origins and Development and Volume 2: Synthesis and Decline (London, ) p This modernist author gives the impression of a sense of humour and a knowing look, but she is not widely known. Like many female artists, Jessica Dismorr () has largely been written out of the male-dominated narrative of art history. A contributory factor was her tragic death just before the second world war.