A Psychocritical Analysis of Georgia O’Keeffe’s Black Door with Snow

Georgia O’Keeffe is well known for her paintings of zoomed-in, detailed flowers. Often these paintings are compared to vaginas, which would lead towards an easy analysis for a psychocritical analysis of the artist and her work. However, this paper will present a psychocritical analysis on O’Keeffe’s Black Door with Snow, which was created in 1955, … Continue reading A Psychocritical Analysis of Georgia O’Keeffe’s Black Door with Snow

Art Under Attack One Hundred Years Ago; or, A Fight for Women’s Suffrage

SEE:  http://byuwsr.blogspot.com/2014/03/art-under-attack-one-hundred-years-ago.html Exactly one hundred years ago, on 10 March 1914, a suffragette slashed Diego Velázquez’s Rokeby Venus with a meat cleaver at the National Gallery in London. The canvas was fully restored at a later time. Mary Raleigh Richardson was this suffragette. Richardson was reported of saying the following in The Times on 11 March 1914: "I have tried to destroy the … Continue reading Art Under Attack One Hundred Years Ago; or, A Fight for Women’s Suffrage

Happy Anna Howard Shaw Day This Friday

http://byuwsr.blogspot.com/#sthash.pXiyVFE7.dpuf Don't feel like celebrating Valentine's day this Friday? Well, here's another option. Anna Howard Shaw was born 14 February 1847. She was pretty influential. She was a leader in the suffrage movement in the United States, the one of the first ordained female Methodist minister in the United States, and a physician. Celebrate the … Continue reading Happy Anna Howard Shaw Day This Friday