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Info about - Bishop
Isabel Bishop (1902-1989) American
Isabel Bishop was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, and studied with Kenneth Hayes Miller, and Guy Pene du Bois at the Art Students League in New York. She established a studio in Union Square, which was home to many artists. These artists and the area became known as the "Fourteenth Street School." Subject matter was plentiful and contained people from all walks of life, the savory to the unsavory. Bishop, is one of the few interpreters in art of the New York working girl's life and looks. From her studio window in New York's Union Square she observed the everyday working girl, sympathetically, but not sentimentally. Every print by Bishop is a figurative study. The casualness, mannerisms, and split-second gestures of her subjects, all seem to have an informal charm when displayed in her studies of life in the Square. Isabel Bishop did more than seventy prints over a sixty-year period, working six days a week in her Union Square studio.