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As a young woman, Gluck (born Hannah Gluckstein) rejected her family name, along with the dress and confines of her gender.

A Groundbreaking 20th-Century Artist, Rediscovered

As a young woman, Gluck (born Hannah Gluckstein) rejected her family name, along with the dress and confines of her gender.

Gluck

As a young woman, Gluck (born Hannah Gluckstein) rejected her family name, along with the dress and confines of her gender.

Gluck (Hannah Gluckstein) (British, 1895-1976), The Pine Cone. Oil on canvas, 25.5 x 20 cm.

Gluck (Hannah Gluckstein) (British, The Pine Cone. Oil on canvas, x 20 cm.

Flowering cactus  Gluck (Hannah Gluckstein) (1895-1976)  Flowering cactus  signed and dated 'GLUCK/1932' (lower left)  oil on canvas, in a glass frame constructed by the artist  27 x 17 in. (68.5 x 43.1 cm.)

Flowering cactus Gluck (Hannah Gluckstein) Flowering cactus signed and dated (lower left) oil on canvas, in a glass frame constructed by the artist 27 x 17 in.

Hannah Gluck by E.O. Hoppe. GLUCK - 1885 England born, from a well to do family, this painter subverted gender norms before it was even a thing. She had passionate affairs with women, chose her own monosyllabic name, was openly out, didn’t give a fuck what society thought about her gender identity, and she made some incredible art. #iconiclesbians

Queer artist, Gluck, was often photographed in hats and coats very similar to those worn by the figures in the background of Heward's “At the Café.” Studio portrait of Gluck, photographed by E.

As a young woman, Gluck (born Hannah Gluckstein) rejected her family name, along with the dress and confines of her gender.

A Groundbreaking 20th-Century Artist, Rediscovered

As a young woman, Gluck (born Hannah Gluckstein) rejected her family name, along with the dress and confines of her gender.

Portrait of Miss Watts, 1932 by Gluck

Gluck: the lesbian rebel of pre-war painting – in pictures

As a young woman, Gluck (born Hannah Gluckstein) rejected her family name, along with the dress and confines of her gender.

Self portrait, 1923 Romaine Brooks, born Beatrice Romaine Goddard was an American painter who worked mostly in Paris and Capri. The fortune she inherited from her mother allowed her to ignore social conventions.  She could also afford to go her own direction in her painting style. She limited her palette to mostly shades of gray with tints of ocher and sepia, giving her work a soulful, wintry feeling. Dismissed in her time, Brooks's work has increased in value and interest since the 1980s.

ROMAINE BROOKS (American: - Self portrait, 1923 - Romaine Brooks, born Beatrice Romaine Goddard was an American painter who worked mostly in Paris and Capri.

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