November 30, 1953~ French artist Francis Picabia dies

Machine Tournez Vite (Machine Turn Quickly) by Francis Picabia

1916-1918 / Brush and ink with watercolor and shell gold over a 19th-century French lithographic illustration; laid down on canvas / 19 1/2”x12 7/8” / National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

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November 30~ Artists at their Easels

Artist Birthday Quiz for 11/30~

October 7, 1955~ Allen Ginsberg reads “Howl” at Six Gallery in San Francisco

Carl Solomon by Allen Ginsberg

1953 / Gelatin silver print; printed later / Image: 13 1/4”x13 7/16” / © The Allen Ginsberg LLC.

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Howl by Allen Ginsberg
For Carl Solomon~
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/49303/howl

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Autumn~ October 7

Artist Birthday Quiz for 10/7~

August 13, 1892~ Baltimore Afro-American newspaper founded

The Watch Dog by Romare Bearden

Cartoon published in the Baltimore Afro-American, June 20, 1936
Afro-American Newspapers Archives and Research Center, Baltimore

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Self Portraits~August 13

George Luks: Born August 13, 1867

Artist Birthday Quiz for 8/13~

July 30, 1729~ Maryland General Assembly establishes the Town of Baltimore

View of Baltimore by William Henry Bartlett

c.1840 / 4 4/5”x7” / Steel plate engraving by S. Fisher for
“American Scenery, Vol. II” (of 2) by Nathaniel Parker Willis

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Previous July 30 posts:

Summer~ July 30

Artist Birthday Quiz for 7/30~

July 28, 1866~ “Buffalo Soldier” cavalry regiments officially formed

The Alert by Frederic Remington

1888 / Oil on canvas / 22”x19 1/2” / Private collection

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BUFFALO SOLDIERS~ https://www.blackpast.org/aaw/vignette_aahw/buffalo-soldiers/

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Summer~ July 28

Beatrix Potter: Born on July 28, 1866

Artist Birthday Quiz for 7/28~

May 13, 1373~ Julian of Norwich healed of illness after a series of visions

Title page for Revelations of Divine Love from a design by Phoebe Anna Traquair

Julian of Norwich wrote the earliest surviving book in the English language attributed to a woman.
Never beatified, Julian is honored on the unofficial feast day of May 13.

March 1907, London, Methuen and Company / First published July 1901
Written by Julian of Norwich (1342-sometime after 1416),
edited by Grace Harriet Warrack (1855-1932) / Digital edition: archive.org

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Artist Birthday Quiz for 5/13~