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Peggy Guggenheim Anton Gill

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Zusammenfassung

This is a biography of Peggy Guggenheim (1898-1979), art collector and female patron of world-famous artists, whose father died on the Titanic returning from installing the lift machinery in the Eiffel Tower. Her emotional life was in constant turmoil - a life of booze, bed and bohemia.

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Peggy Guggenheim: The Life of an Art Addict Anton Gill

Mrs Guggenheim, how many husbands have you had? Do you mean my own, or other people's? Peggy Guggenheim was an American millionairess art collector and legendary lover, whose father died on the Titanic returning from installing the lift machinery in the Eiffel Tower. She lived in Paris in the 1930s and got to know all the major artists - especially the Surrealists. (Later she bullied Max Ernst into marrying her, but was snubbed by Picasso.) When the Second World War broke out, she bought great numbers of paintings from artists fleeing to America; as a Jew she escaped from Vichy, France and set up in New York, where in the 1940s and 1950s she befriended and encouraged the New York School (Jackson Pollock, Rothko, and others) Her emotional life was in constant turmoil - a life of booze, bed and bohemia (mostly rich bohemia). Her favourite husband was a drunken English dilettante writer called Lawrence Vail, but she bedded many others, including Samuel Beckett. Later she moved to Venice. Her autobiography Out of this Century is still in print and apparently sells 1000 copies a year in Venice alone. The wayward life (1898-1979) of the voracious art collector and great female patron of world-famous artists.

Über Anton Gill

Anton Gill has written several plays and features for radio and television, novels and many distinguished works of non-fiction, including THE JOURNEY BACK FROM HELL: Conversations with Concentration Camp Survivors, which won the H.H. Wingate Prize in 1988 and is still in print as a HarperCollins paperback; BERLIN TO BUCHAREST (HC); AN HONOURABLE DEFEAT: A HISTorY OF THE GERMAN RESISTaNCE TO HITLER; and THE DEVIL'S MARINER: A BIOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM DAMPIER.

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GOR002434650
9780002570787
0002570785
Peggy Guggenheim: The Life of an Art Addict Anton Gill
Gebraucht - Sehr Gut
Gebundene Ausgabe
HarperCollins Publishers
20011015
544
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