I made some posts of photography by Weng Fen a little bit ago: …and I can’t help but be reminded of the impressionist painter Berthe Morisot when I look at it. Both of the artists depict figures, usually female, with their backs turned to the us, standing within an enclosed space and looking out at the big, open landscape.
Since I'm completely enveloped in writing this...
I’m going to make some posts about it. The essay involves reading an antebellum newspaper for a month and writing about how it can be used as a historical document. The best thing I found while reading an issue of the New Orleans Daily Picayune from 1846: “Homely Wives -- You can’t get along in the world with a homely wife. She’ll spend half her time in looking in the glass, and turn and...
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