The Other Side: A Story of Women in Art and the Spirit World
The first major work of art history to focus on women artists and their engagement with the spirit world, by the author of The Mirror and the Palette.
It's not so long ago that a woman's expressed interest in other realms would have ruined her reputation, or even killed her. And yet spiritualism, in various incarnations, has influenced numerous men—including lauded modernist artists such as Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian, Kazimir Malevich and Paul Klee—without repercussion. The fact that so many radical female artists of their generation—and earlier—also drank deeply from the same spiritual well has been sorely neglected for too long. Hardcover, 320 pages.
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