The age of grandeur and a woman who lived it: artist Evelyn Metzger
National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1995 - Art - 263 pages
"Artist Evelyn Metzger always travelled first class through the East Coast and around the world: this title covers both her social life and her artistic appreciation and contributions, examining her formal studies of art history at Vassar, her flexibility and travels, and her portraits. Plenty of black and white and color illustrations accompany a strong survey of her life and times." -- Midwest Book Review
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