Carrington, Dora – Art Books, Monographs and biographies

Carrington, Dora

Carrington: A Life
by Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina
Publisher: W W Norton & Co Inc; Reprint edition (August 1995)
ISBN-10: 039331328X
ISBN-13: 978-0393313284

Dora Carrington (1893-1932)Jan 1, 2007
by Cecily Langdale
Publisher: Davis & Langdale Company, Inc (January 1, 2007)

Dora Carrington: L’Arte Oltre Lo Scandalo
Publisher: Selene (January 2002)
ISBN-10: 8886267584
ISBN-13: 978-8886267588

Letters and Extracts from Her Diaries (Oxford Letters and Memoirs)
by Dora Carrington, David Garnett
Publisher: Oxford University Press (November 1979)
ISBN-10: 0192812645
ISBN-13: 978-0192812643

The Art of Dora Carrington
by Jane Hill
Publisher: Thames & Hudson; 1st Edition edition (1994-08-01)

The Art of Dora Carrington
by Jane Hill
Publisher: Thames & Hudson (October 1995)
ISBN-10: 0500278571
ISBN-13: 978-0500278574

Thousands of Secrets: New Letters of Dora Carrington
by Sally Brown
Publisher: John Murray (January 1, 2003)
ISBN-10: 071954730X
ISBN-13: 978-0719547300

Paintings and drawings: Dora Carrington : [exhibition held at] Christ Church Picture Gallery, 21 February-18 March 1978
by Dora de Houghton Carrington
Publisher: Oxford Polytechnic Press (1978)

Women of Bloomsbury: Virginia, Vanessa, and Carrington
by Mary Ann Caws
Publisher: Routledge (January 1990)
ISBN-10: 0415901340
ISBN-13: 978-0415901345
Library Journal: “This essay in “personal criticism” attempts to “understand and evaluate the temperaments” of three women artists associated with Bloomsbury: Virginia Woolf, her sister the painter Vanessa Bell, and the less-well-known painter Dora Carrington. Caws’s strongly feminist perspective explores the ways these complex women – two bisexuals, two women living with gay men, two suicides – struggled to define their sense of self”.

NB! The fact that an artist is mentioned in Feminine Moments’ bibliography it is of course no guaranty that she will be lesbian, bisexual or queer tomorrow, nor that the authors of the above books are “out and proud” in their writings…