How Many Artists Are There In The Family? The Career of Montreal Painter Regina Seiden (1897-1991)

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
How Many Artists Are There In The Family? The Career of Montreal Painter Regina Seiden (1897-1991)
Abstract
An examination of the life and works of Montreal painter Regina Seiden (1897-1991), who began a successful art career in 1915 but retired in 1930, shortly after her marriage to painter and teacher Eric Goldberg (1890-1969). The author maintains that Seiden was compelled to choose between her marriage and her career in accordance with the patriarchal model of marriage promoted in her traditional Jewish upbringing, advocated in her education at a Catholic convent (Académie Marie-Rose), and reinforced by society at that time.
Publication
RACAR (Revue d’art canadienne/Canadian Art Review)
Volume
Vol. 25
Issue
no. 1-2
Pages
73-83
Date
1998
Language
en
Citation
Meadowcroft, Barbara. “How Many Artists Are There In The Family? The Career of Montreal Painter Regina Seiden (1897-1991).” RACAR (Revue d’art canadienne/Canadian Art Review) Vol. 25, no. 1–2 (1998): 73–83.
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