Art Education for the Blind, Inc. (AEB)
AEB’s mission is to make art, art history, and visual culture accessible to people who are blind or visually impaired. Our goal is to provide and promote the tangible benefits of art education, museum visits, and art making for children and adults with sight loss – to give those who cannot see equal access to the world’s visual culture and the opportunity to experience the life-enhancing power of art.
Students and instructors in AEB’s first art history class for visually impaired and blind people, July 1987
Artemis: They do good work. Read more at link.
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Alexander Yegorov HERE
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Lotte Jacobi (1896-1990) Photogenic Drawing, (Abstraction), ca.1950 Platinum-palladium print
Lotte Jacobi: Ohne Titel (Photogenic), 1946-1955, Bromsilbergelatine, Fotogramm, University of New Hampshire
Ezra Pound, Tristan Tzara, Man Ray, Kiki, Mina Loy, Jane Heap, Jean Cocteau, Martha Dennison and others, Jockey Club Paris 1923 (via: concen.org)
Artemis: See High-res.
Man Ray with Ezra Pound, Tristan Tzara, Jean Cocteau, and others (via: concen.org)
Félix Vallotton in His Studio, 1900, Musée d’Orsay
Window on Lac Léman, 1900
The Reader (Romain Coolus), 1897–99
Ker-Xavier Roussel Reading the Newspaper, 1893, Private Collection
At the Café-Concert, 1898, Musée d’Orsay
The Little Delivery Boy, 1891-92, Private Collection