Sketch by Pamela Vinton Ravenel, "Hats I Hated or Loved". 1955.35.4

Sketch by Pamela Vinton Ravenel, "Hats I Hated or Loved". 1955.35.4

Pamela Vinton Ravenel (1883-1955) was a well known early southern female artist born in Brookline, Massachusetts, but moved to Baltimore as a young girl. In 1917, she lived in Roland Park and eventually studied at Maryland Institute and College of Art and later in Paris. She was also a member of an art colony in Woodstock, New York known for their interpretations of every day life. Today, her paintings are held by many museums, including the Virginia Museum of Art in Richmond and the Brooklyn Museum in New York.

 This sketchbook depicts her memories of her Baltimore childhood, complete with amusing cartoons of familiar scenes of life in the early twentieth century.

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