Cressida's Transformations - art and photography

1. 20TH CENTURY WOMAN - art collection



Kathleen Notman transformed herself into 35 different 20th century women for this historic collection. 



Notman researched the lives of many prominent and unknown 20th century women and transformed herself into her subjects. While not attempting to look the same as her subject, her painting of emotion allows one to know and understand the subject she portrays.



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1.HATS & FLOWERS
Collection of 12 beautiful posters. This delightful collection of fashion hats from the 1860s when fashionable women ceased to wear the bonnet and instead wore beautiful hats.
DISCOVER HOW YOU CAN CREATE BEAUTIFUL IMAGES SIMILAR TO THESE.

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3. History of Women's Fashion Hats
 


Women love to see these beautiful images of hats from past eras
 and to read their history, who wore them .... 

Read details of this book.

This ebook is available from distributors worldwide
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THE ROLE OF EMOTION IN THE CREATION OF ART
Renowned speech by Kathleen Notman.The subject is emotion in relation to artistic creativity.
Over the years many have been inspired by it. 40 minutes in duration.
The listener is advised to play the first part then a day or so later, the second part.
There is much to digest. Recommended for students.
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Kathleen Notman (Morling), otherwise known as
CRESSIDA, THE ARTIST'S MODEL


transformed herself into 35 different
women for the collection

20th CENTURY WOMAN
(See opposite for entire collection)

Kathleen wrote a book about the collection.
The amazing book is titled -
"Journey with a collection of portraits"
(available in public libraries)

See opposite for further details

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Below: Kathleen Notman as "Elvira"
from Noel Coward's play "Blythe Spirit"
 


From the collection "20th Century Woman"


 "Despair of the girl he used to call, Baby"
From the collection "20th Century Woman"
  


                            
"Brigitte"    

 From the collection, "20th Century Woman"

     
 

 

 

Contact the editor: Kathleen Morling
Christchurch
New Zealand.
Telephone: 3.3386462