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  1. Dorothy Shakespear (14 September 1886 – 8 December 1973) was an English artist. She was the daughter of novelist Olivia Shakespear and the wife of American poet Ezra Pound. One of a small number of women vorticist painters, her art work was published in BLAST, the short-lived but influential literary magazine .

  2. Biography Dorothy Shakespear was born in London in 1886 to Olivia Tucker and Henry Hope Shakespear. Henry, an amateur landscape painter, introduced his daughter to the art of watercolor early in life; her youthful watercolors were traditional in style and technique.

  3. 1 de mai. de 2022 · Dorothy Shakespear (14 September 1886 – 8 December 1973) was an English artist. She was the daughter of novelist Olivia Shakespear and the wife of American poet Ezra Pound. One of a small number of women vorticist painters, she had art work published in the short-lived but influential literary magazine BLAST.

    • September 14, 1886
    • May 1, 2022
    • December 08, 1972 (86)
    • Ric Dickinson, Geni Curator
  4. Dorothy Shakespear (14 September 1886 – 8 December 1973) was an English artist. She was the daughter of novelist Olivia Shakespear and the wife of American poet Ezra Pound. One of a small number of women vorticist painters, her art work was published in BLAST, the short-lived but influential literary magazine.

  5. orlando.cambridge.org › people › 6a6fcc6c-dce0-4df8Dorothy Shakespear | Orlando

    EP married Dorothy Shakespear. View reference. Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

  6. 15 de jun. de 2018 · Notes. Olivia Tucker Shakespear (1863-1938): a married woman who became William Butler Yeats’s mistress in 1895, only to be forsaken by him a year later when he became infatuated with Maud Gonne. Dorothy Shakespear Pound (1886-1973): daughter of the above and wife of the poet Ezra Pound.

  7. 1 de mai. de 2011 · The painter Dorothy Shakespear (1886–1973), who was to contribute to BLAST II, is not shown. Dismorr and Saunders were as thoroughly trained, and could lay claim to as much professional recognition, as the other founding members of the Vorticist group.