Chichester exhibition showcases radical women artists of early 20th century

One of the leading women modernists of the early 20th century, Jessica Dismorr (1885-1939) used her art to respond to the volatile times in which she lived. Curated by Dr Alicia Foster, the current Pallant House Gallery exhibition ‘Radical Women: Jessica Dismorr and her Contemporaries’ demonstrates how the painter and poet combined her modern art […]

Capturing the countryside: young photographer Mia

[This story was published on October 30 by etc Magazine. Read the original story at edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk//launch.aspx?pbid=cdbd86eb-0ed9-41e5-a590-031651c44a1, pages 52 and 53.] PDF here: Capturing the Countryside – Mia Wall – etc Magazine

Willkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome

[Image: Nameless and Friendless, 1857, Emily Mary Osborn] Hello, friends, Romans, and lovers of the creative, historical, queer, and macabre! Thank you for taking the time to visit my attempted cabinet of curiosities. For anyone who may have stumbled across this blog and might be wondering who I am, my name is Emily, I’m a writer […]

Still Standing: Chichester’s Market Cross

[This story was published on November 10 in the Observer series. Read the original story atchichester.co.uk/news/chichester-s-cross-is-still-standing-1-7673522.] Now that we have seen the scaffolding come down on the Chichester Cross, Chichester City Council is looking forward to the next hundred years of the monument. Perhaps now is a good time to think about the past of the […]

Join Team #RememberFanny!

Join the campaign! You may have been read my recent posts on Pre-Raphaelite muse Fanny Cornforth and the campaign we’re leading to ensure she doesn’t get forgotten. We want to make sure that this fascinating woman is properly commemorated and her contributions to the world of art are remembered by all that love and appreciate […]

Desperate Romantics: Will the Real Fanny Cornforth Please Stand Up?

[This story was published on November 4 on the BAVS Neo-Victorian blog. Read the original story at victorianist.wordpress.com/2016/11/04/neo-victorian-review-desperate-romantics-will-the-real-fanny-cornforth-please-stand-up.] “An artist is nothing without a model, a muse” – Desperate Romantics Earlier this week, I talked about the mystery of Fanny Cornforth, muse and model for Dante Gabriel Rossetti, which was solved in 2015 by her biographer […]