The Forest LoverLarge Print - 2004
It was Emily Carr (1871-1945)-not Georgia O'Keeffe or Frida Kahlo-who first blazed a path for modern women artists. Overcoming the confines of late Victorian culture, Carr became a major force in modern art. Her boldly original landscapes are praised today for capturing an untamed British Columbia-and its indigenous peoples-just before industrialization would change it forever.
Publisher: Waterville, ME : Thorndike Press, 2004
Edition: LARGE PRINT ED
Characteristics: 648 p. (large print) ; 23 cm