Random Inspiration: Emma Meyer

by Matthew Innis |

Painter Emma Eleonore Meyer is little known in the United States, and it is a shame.  In terms of staying power in the cultural consciousness, she unfortunately had several impediments to her being remembered :  she worked in a period and style that became much maligned, even in her own lifetime;  she was not associated…

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