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Eulabee Dix portrait miniatures
|Contributions||Hirshorn, Anne Sue., Ridley, Jo Ann, 1925-, Rabbage, Lewis Hoyer., National Museum of Women in the Arts (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||ND1337.U6 D582 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||94206802|
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She held her first exhibition, Exhibition of Portrait Miniature by Miss Eulabee Dix, at the Born: October 5,Greenfield, Illinois, United States. Eulabee Dix: Portrait Miniatures, An American Renaissance by Hirshorn, Anne Sue; National Museum of Women in the Arts, and a great selection of related books.
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The portrait miniatures of Eulabee Dix - watercolor painter Magazine Antiques, Nov, by Anne Sue Hirshorn In the late nineteenth century, "suddenly, spontaneously, none knowing of the others, a small number of American painters began to experiment with water-color on ivory, each one led to do so by an affinity with the peculiar, limited beauties of the medium."(1) Eulabee Dix was one such artist.
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Me illustrates Eulabee Dix’s talent with the demanding watercolor-on-ivory medium. Rosalba Carriera had developed the technique in 18th-century Venice. In early 19th-century America, artists such as Anna Claypoole Peale helped make watercolor-on-ivory miniatures the favored means of capturing the likeness of a loved one.
Addeddate Identifier frick Identifier-ark ark://t52f92p5w Ocr ABBYY FineReader Pages 9 Ppi. Lady in Black Velvet was Robert Henri’s second portrait of the artist Eulabee Dix. Painted first in her white wedding gown, Dix strikes the same pose in this work but wears black velvet against a dark background, as if to suggest the extinguished promise of domestic happiness.
In fact, her marriage would end in bitter divorce fifteen years later.This small exhibition features miniatures from the National Portrait Gallery’s collection. The word “miniature” was originally associated with the creation of small images and portraits.
Eulabee Dix (–) Watercolor on ivory, c. National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution Gift of the family of Philip Dix Becker.Eulabee Dix was among the handful of talented miniaturists who spurred the turn-of-the-century revival of hand-painted miniatures.
She was an independent spirit, facing the challenges of balancing a family with her career as a successful artist. She painted using jewel tones, to resemble stained glass, and often referred to her miniatures as her “jewel portraits.” Her miniature of Samuel.