September 5, 2015


The New York Evening World, September 17, 1919
by W. G. Bowdoin


“His present exhibition at the Art Mecca consists of a gathering of Village Vamps (they’re still wet).  These paintings are quickly produced.  They are intended to show the soulful side of their subjects, which are vampires (not firemen, as you might be led to suppose from their titles)...

One of the girlies is painted in cobalt, as indicative of her mood, to say nothing of her tense...

The pictures are nailed to the walls of the exhibition gallery somewhat after the fashion followed by holders of confederate bonds or investors in certain mining shares, which went down, down to infinity until they could be used as wallpaper and for nothing else...

They show the emotional side of the village life, and Mary, Jane, Fanny, L...

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