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  1. Beatrice Hastings was the pen name of Emily Alice Haigh (27 January 1879 – 30 October 1943), an English writer, literary critic, poet and theosophist. Her work was integral to British magazine The New Age which she helped edit along with her lover, A. R. Orage , prior to the outbreak of the First World War . [1]

  2. 3 de ago. de 2022 · Marginalized in early histories of Modernist literature, Hastings left a mark on one of the most influential literary magazines of the early twentieth century. Beatrice Hastings is a little-known figure in the literary and artistic movements of the early twentieth-century, despite her numerous contributions.

  3. 6 de jun. de 2021 · Dalya Alberge. Sun 6 Jun 2021 05.00 EDT. No one wants to be reminded of a failed relationship by having the ex’s portrait hanging around. After Amedeo Modigliani and his lover, Beatrice...

  4. 19 de set. de 2017 · Encompassing them all was ‘Beatrice Hastings’ – itself the pseudonym of Emily Alice Beatrice Haigh, born in England in 1879 and raised in South Africa. After a falling out with her family and a brief marriage to a boxer, she returned to Europe in time for modernism’s heyday.

  5. Few people know of Beatrice Hastings today, although she was one of modernism’s most complicated and memorable figures. Born Emily Alice Beatrice Haigh in London, the seventh child of John Walter (a merchant and wool trader) and Catherine Jane (colonial-born), “Bea” grew up in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

  6. 10 de nov. de 2017 · In Beatrice Hastings: On the Life & Work of a Lost Modern Master —the 2016 offering from The Unsung Masters Series—we find the fullest portrait yet of a poet and polemicist little known today. Unlike most writers in the series, Hastings sought anonymity. She wrote under fifteen different pen names; “Beatrice Hastings” was only her best-known.

  7. Private Collection. Delve deeper into the life and work of Beatrice Hastings. Join writer Emily LaBarge and assistant curator Emma Lewis for an in-gallery conversation on Beatrice Hastings, the English writer and poet known to us from the fourteen paintings by Modigliani.