A Painting of Adaline Glasheen as a Writer's Muse

byAlexander Brook

Date:
1959
Type; Media:
Painting; Oil on canvas
Dimensions:
34 X 26 inches
Signature:
Signed lower right
Description:

Signed lower right: "A.Brook '59". Painted in Sag Harbor, Long Island in 1959. Adeline (Adaline) Glasheen was a writer. She was a friend of the artist and worked in literary circles with Thornton Wilder, with whom she published a book of letters about James Joyce, 'A Tour of the Darkling Plain'. She was a penetrating critic of the works of James Joyce and is still studied for her insights into such works as "Finnegan's Wake."

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