A POPULAR PERSPECTIVE
|E.V.LUCAS AND GEORGE MORROW, What a Life! 1911|
|CELEBRITIES ON FASHION (the Shore Album) 1896|
|HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN (Christine's Picture Book)|
|GRAPHIC NOVEL (Max Ernst)|
|MEG RUTHERFORD, The Beautiful Island 1969|
|NORMAN RUBINGTON (Akbar del Piombo) FUZZ AGAINST JUNK 1959|
|ZOO ANIMALS DO THEIR BIT ILLUSTRATED 1939|
|LIFE'S GALLERY OF BEAUTIES 1893|
|SAME FACE TWO PROFILES 1893|
|AN EXCHANGE OF IDEAS 1896|
|The All American Girl, Rose Herrmann, Americcana Magazine|
This section is dedicated to the basic proposition that Collage, far from being an activity associated with the avant-garde, was a parlour pastime engaged in by ordinary people as a matter of course. See Aaron Scharf, Art and Photography.
Avant-garde collage should be re-assessed in this light, aligning the artist with popular practice.