Art & Art History
Catalog of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, January 26 - April 14, 2007.
Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Phillip Earenfight, Dickinson College.
The essays in this exhibition catalogue examine aspects of Hale’s life and career, beginning with a biographical sketch, a study of her early artistic training in America, and the fundamentals of Hale’s etching technique. They are followed by a series of essays that consider her work in France and Italy, as well as her relationship to other women painter-etchers, Gabrielle DeVaux Clements and Annie Blanche Dillaye. [from Introduction by Phillip Earenfight]
Table of Contents:
Inked Impressions / by Phillip Earenfight
“A Rebellious Tradition”: The Life of Ellen Day Hale / by Brittany Bosch
Ellen Day Hale and Artistic Training for Women in America / by Berna Onat
Ellen Day Hale and Etching Technique / by Stephanie Shapiro
The Allure of Paris: Ellen Day Hale and Gabrielle DeVaux Clements / by Claire Angelilli
Women Pioneers in the Painter-Etcher Movement: Ellen Day Hale and Gabrielle DeVaux Clements / by Kathryn Malinowski
Annie Blanche Dillaye: A Nineteenth-Century Etcher and a Peer to Gabrielle DeVaux Clements and Ellen Day Hale / by Jennifer Thompson
“The Goal of My Desires”: Ellen Day Hale and Venice / by Alexandra Ruhfel
The Gendered Line and Ellen Day Hale / by Samantha Bellinger
Earenfight, Phillip, et. al.Inked Impressions: Ellen Day Hale and the Painter-Etcher Movement.Carlisle, Pa.: The Trout Gallery, Dickinson College, 2007.