3-18-11: An Artist Who Lived Twice

March 18, 2011 at 7:55 am Leave a comment

It wasn’t just James Bond who lived twice.   Baltimore-based author Barbara Lehman Smith has written a book about an early 20th century artist who managed to conquer depression, and redefine her style of art.  Elizabeth Sparhawk Jones attracted considerable attention and rave reviews in the early years of the last century for both styles of her painting.   Ms. Smith provides the details in Elizabeth Sparhawk Jones: The Artist Who Lived Twice. She discusses her inspiration for the book with Tom Hall.

In this extra just for the web, Ms. Smith describes some of the connections Elizabeth Sparhawk Jones had to Baltimore.


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