Tag Archives: Mothers

1921: Important People

George W. Lambert: Important People (1914-1921) “By creating a portrait of ordinary people—a flower-seller, a clerk and a boxer—George W Lambert sought to parody the convention of only those with wealth or social status having their portraits painted. He questioned … Continue reading

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1924: That’s What the Leaves Murmured

Diaz’s Forest In a forest painted by Diaz, a little motherkin and her child stood still. They were now a good hour from the village. Gnarled trunks spoke a primeval tongue. The mother said to her child: “In my opinion, … Continue reading

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1959: Even a Kid Knows it’s Wrong to Cross a Picket Line

“Helen Martinez and her children (her grandchild was too young to picket) wear placards announcing that Tex-Son workers are on strike.” (source)

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1958: Don’t Cross Our Mom’s Picket Line

International Ladies Garment Workers Union picket line at Michele Frocks, Scranton PA, 1958 (source)

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2016: Mother and Child

US Dept of Interior‏: “A mama moose & her calf in the early morning fog at Seedskadee Wildlife Refuge in Wyoming” (source)

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1937: Mother and Child

Dorothea Lange: Wife and child of tractor driver. Aldridge Plantation (1937) (source)

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1895: Melancholy

Magnus Enkell: Melancholie (1895) (source)

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