Borderlands, Eyes, Retinal images, Colors, Drawing, Paints, Womens suffrage movements, Family papers, Brothers, Abstract art
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During an uninterrupted period from about 1910 through 1913, Blanche Ames Ames (1878-1969), an American artist and women's suffragist, worked closely with her brother, Adelbert Ames 11 (1880-1955), a lawyer, artist and optical physiologist, in a study of color, perspective and other aspects of pictorial art in the hope of using scientific findings to enhance the realism of their paintings. They made significant progress, but their close relationship ended in 1922 as a result of a disagreement about their joint authorship of a published paper.
Department of Art
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UNI ScholarWorks, University of Northern Iowa, Rod Library
©1998 The MIT Press
Behrens, Roy R., "The Artistic and Scientific Collaboration of Blanche Ames Ames and Adelbert Ames II" (1998). Faculty Publications. 4.