Lesbian Herstory Archives AudioVisual Collections

Romaine Brooks with Anne Imelda Radice

Item

LC055.jpeg

Title

Romaine Brooks with Anne Imelda Radice

Subject

LGBTQ arts

Description

Anne Imelda Radice, an art museum director and arts administrator, discusses the life and art of Romaine Brooks. Romaine Brooks was a lesbian portrait artist born in Rome, Italy in the late 19th century. She was known as the "thief of souls" for her ability to capture emotion in her art. The host and Radice have a conversation on how lesbianism was perceived during Brooks' time period, as well as her relationship with her lifelong partner, Natalie Barney.

Creator

Anne Imelda Radice

Rights

Not to be used for publication without the express written consent of Liza Cowan. Contact the Lesbian Herstory Archive for Liza Cowan’s contact information.

Language

English

Identifier

LC055

Episode Title

Romaine Brooks with Anne Imelda Radice

Series Title

Feminist Radio Network

Interviewee

Radice, Anne Imelda

Physical Format

1/4 inch audio tape

Digital Format

.wav file

Duration

00:30:07

Citation

Anne Imelda Radice, “Romaine Brooks with Anne Imelda Radice,” Lesbian Herstory Archives AudioVisual Collections, accessed May 24, 2024, http://herstories.prattinfoschool.nyc/omeka/items/show/968.