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Mabelís Santa Fe & Taos: Bohemian Legends (1900-1950)
Elmo Baca (au). In the early decades of the 20th cent., creative people in Europe & America were seeking a new way of life that offered an escape from Victorian morality & worldview. Women were emerging as a social & political force intent on redefining themselves. New Mexicoís communities of Santa Fe & Taos offered Amer. versions of Paris. Lured by the presence of wealthy socialite Mabel Dodge Luhan, a dazzling array of artists, including D.H. Lawrence, Paul Strand, Maynard Dixon, Leopold Stokowski, Robinson Jeffers, Willa Cather, Georgia OíKeeffe, & others, found inspiration in the sun & light of the high desert. Here is a remembrance of the bohemian years of NMís artist colonies, recalling an era that has profoundly influenced our postmodern world. 150 b&w photos.
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