1 edition of Portrait of my mother = found in the catalog.
Portrait of my mother =
Published to accompany an exhibition held at the Institut français d"Ecosse, Edinburgh, 9 September - 8 October 1994; and at the Institut français,London, 14 October - 19 November 1994.
|Statement||curator Viviane Esders.|
|Contributions||Edsers, Viviane., French Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. :|
Gillian Wearing: Self-Portrait as My Mother, Jean Gregory, There is a photograph of my late grandmother and me posing in profile, showing off our similar sloping noses. As a teenager, I was deeply self-conscious of my nose. But in the company of my grandmother, whose daring style and self-possession I admired, I sensed that I might, one day, view it as an asset. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features A Portrait of My Mother. Helen McLean. Oberon Press, - Mothers Bibliographic information. Title: Sketching from Memory: A Portrait of My Mother: Author: Helen McLean: Publisher: Oberon Press, ISBN: ,
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Portrait of my mother In August my mother in Germany was diagnosed with terminal cancer. As soon as I could I flew over to be with her. From the day of my arrival in Germany she had six more weeks to live which we spent together.
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"A Portrait of My Mother" Kentler International Drawing Space Mother sets the stage for us. She encourages, pesters, creates opportunities and provides the space in which we become ourselves. Once our mother is gone her objects and her space become something more than mere objects.
Look carefully, they have become Magical Things. So begins this poem which was published as a dedication to Kipling’s book The Light That Failed. Because of the less-than-happy ending of that book, Kipling probably added ‘Mother o’ Mine’ to the beginning of the book as a way of saying sorry to his mother for having displeased her; she’d have preferred the happy ending.More Than Love: An Intimate Portrait of My Mother, Natalie Wood Natasha Gregson Wagner.
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