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The Madwoman -Manomania of Envy- -09- Sacred Allegory Feast Day at the Hospice Trivulzio in Mi Richard Caton Woodville La Mere Jeronima de la Fuente -df02- Abbey, Edwin Austin Jericho Elysian Fields Alexander defeats Darius,an allegory of Basket of Flowers gh Quinebaug Pope Alexander IV Presenting Jacopo Pesa Madonna Enthroned with Child and Two Sai Edith Hayllar Honolulu Virgin and Child AG Landscape with St Onofrio -17- Morning -10- BIONDO, Giovanni del Amemones Virgin and Child with SS Francis and Lib reality The Mystic Marriage of St Catherine dg Dennis Miller Bunker Painting at Calcot The Knight, the Young Girl, and Death dd Hills and Ploughed Fields near Dresden - Smithsonian Institution Le Batelier de Mortefontaine Kotor Portrait of a Young Man 3iti A Country Wedding PIETERSZ, Pieter The Institution of the Eucharist -detail Noordholland Captain james Cook Ateljen Brook Street Two Little Girls Sailboat Seated Girl Facing Front -12- Woman with Collie -18-
Jessie Marion King:
1875-1949,was a Scottish painter and illustrator of Children's books. She was married to E. A. Taylor. She was born in Bearsden, near Glasgow. Her father was a minister with the Church of Scotland and she received a strict religious education and was discouraged from becoming an artist. Jessie M. King began training as an Art teacher in 1891 at Queen Margaret??s College. In 1892 she entered the Glasgow School of Art. As a student, she received a number of awards, including her first silver medal from the National Competition, South Kensington (1898). King was made Tutor in Book Decoration and Design at Glasgow School of Art in 1899. Her first published designs, and some people believe her finest, were for the covers of books published by Globus Verlag, Berlin between 1899 and 1902. The publisher was a subsidiary company of the great Berlin department store, Wertheim's. She was influenced by the Art Nouveau of the period and her works juxtaposed in mood with that of The Glasgow Four. She made a Grand Tour of Germany and Italy in 1902 and was influenced by the works of Botticelli. In the same year her binding for "L'Evangile de L'Enfance" was awarded a gold medal in the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art, held in Turin. King became a committee member of the Glasgow Society of Artists (1903) and a member of the Glasgow Society of Lady Artists (1905). Her contribution to Art Nouveau peaked during her first exhibitions, Annan's Gallery in Glasgow (1907) and Bruton Street Galleries, London (1905). She married E. A. Taylor in 1907 and moved with him to Salford. In 1910 they moved on to Paris where Taylor had gained a professorship at Tudor Hart's Studios.








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