Myth America: Picturing women, 1865-1945 ebook
by Carol Wald
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Carol Wald's 1982 poster for the 50th anniversary of the Detroit Artists Market. Carol Wald signs the beam at the Scarab Club in Detroit. Myth America: Picturing Women, 1865-1945 (New York: Pantheon Books, 1975). Carol S. Wald (/wɔːld/; January 21, 1935 – September 8, 2000) was an American artist who was also widely known for her talents as an illustrator. Carol Wald: Sequences and Transformations (Youngstown, Ohio: Butler Institute of American Art, 1992).
Myth America: Picturing Women, 1865-1945 (New York: Pantheon Books, 1975).
Carol Wald was born in Detroit, Michigan where she began studying art at age twelve. At age sixteen, while still a student at Cass Technical High School in Detroit, her talent was recognized by the mayor of Detroit, Albert Cobo, and in 1954 was awarded a four year scholarship at the Art School of the Society of Arts and Crafts in Detroit. Article from the Detroit News dated January 31, 1998 Entry in AskArt.
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Pictorial representations of Mulier Americana Masscultis from the Civil War to WW II, classified under such rubrics as sweetheart, temptress, homemaker, working girl, patriotic inspiration. The illustrations (from posters, sheet music, advertisements, postcards, et. are supplemented with an explanatory text by Judith Papachristou.