No Longer Am I Hidden: The Art of Dorothy Humphrey
Brooklyn born Dorothy Feinman (1916-2003) attended the School of Music and Art and the Pratt Institute of Design in New York. As recalled in a friend's memoir of their student days, she roamed New York City, uptown along the great avenues, downtown in Greenwich Village, spending hours in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art and the New School. In 1936 she studied at the Art Students League program in Woodstock, NY, and worked as a model for Josephine Cantine, a local artist. She married Cantine's son and they moved to Greenwich Village where she later met William Humphrey, an aspiring young writer from Clark
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