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Nancy Ramage, professor emerita in the Department of Art History, has published a book, entitled The Cone Sisters of Baltimore: Collecting at Full Tilt (Northwestern University Press).

Written with her mother, Ellen B. Hirschland (who was also an art historian), it tells the remarkable story of two Victorian women who collected avant-garde art in the early twentieth century, and who were close friends with Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Gertrude Stein.

Professor Emerita of Art History Publishes Book on Victorian-Era Art Collectors | 2 Comments |
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Professor Emerita of Art History Publishes Book on Victorian-Era Art Collectors Comment from malpass on 05/15/2008
Congratulations to Prof Ramage. She continues to do the College proud by her
outstanding scholarship.
Professor Emerita of Art History Publishes Book on Victorian-Era Art Collectors Comment from savishin on 05/15/2008
Dear Nancy,

Congratulations!! I know this book has been a labor of both professional and
personal love, and it is gratifying to know that it has appeared. Your mother
would be very proud...as are the rest of us.

Warm regards,

Joel

Joel Savishinsky
Department of Anthropology