Mabel Dodge

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Taos Art Colony - Art Colony - Mabel Dodge Luhan
... Many artists were drawn to Taos due to the presence of Mabel Dodge Luhan, a wealthy heiress from Buffalo, New York who had run a prominent art salon in Florence, Italy, and Manhattan, New York, before settling in Taos ... After both divorced their spouses, Mabel Dodge married a Pueblo native, Antonio Lujan, and built a house ...
Andrew Dasburg - Biography
... In 1918 he was invited to Taos, New Mexico, by Mabel Dodge, and returning in 1919, Johnson joined him there for a period of time ... Georgia O'Keeffe and Gertrude Stein, and a close friend of Mabel Dodge Luhan ... A painting named The Absence of Mabel Dodge was allegedly painted to inflame the jealousy of her then-lover, mutual friend John Reed (it was a pointed reminder of a peyote ...
Gertrude Stein - Literary Career
... In 1911, Mildred Aldrich introduced Gertrude to Mabel Dodge Luhan and they began a short-lived but fruitful friendship during which the wealthy Mabel ... Mabel was enthusiastic about Gertrude's sprawling publication The Makings of Americans and, at a time when Gertrude had much difficulty selling her writing to publishers, privately ... Dodge was also involved in the publicity and planning of the 69th Armory Show in 1913, "the first avant-garde art exhibition in America." In addition, she wrote the first critical ...

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