Biddle, Flora Miller

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The Whitney Women and the Museum They Made
A Family Memoir
By Flora Miller Biddle
(Arcade Publishing)
Until Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney opened her studio on Eighth Street in Manhattan in 1914—which evolved into the Whitney Museum almost two decades later—there were few art museums in the United States, let alone galleries, for contemporary artists to exhibit their work. When the mansions of the wealthy... [READ MORE]
The Whitney Women and the Museum They Made
A Family Memoir
By Flora Miller Biddle, Foreword by Fiona Donovan
(Arcade Publishing)
“Crucial in understanding the evolution of the American art scene.”—Library Journal Until Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney opened her studio—which evolved into the Whitney Museum almost two decades later—on Eighth Avenue in Manhattan in 1914, there were few art museums in the United States, let alone galleries... [READ MORE]
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