35 x 29 in
In 1923, British writer D.H. Lawrence threw a dinner party in London that he called “The Last Supper.” He had visited art patron Mabel Dodge Luhan in Taos earlier in the year, and was determined to convince all of his friends to move with him to New Mexico. Artist Dorothy Brett (1883-1977) was the only one who acquiesced, and journeyed there with Lawrence and his wife Frieda in 1924.
This artwork will appear in our NEW LANDSCAPES, NEW VISTAS: Women Artists of New Mexico show, running May 8-31. Other featured artists include Beatrice Mandelman, Agnes Sims and Janet Lippincott.
Read our biography of Dorothy Brett.
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