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Notes from Sedona

Portfolio Dorothea Tanning

Pages from Journal 2, with drafts of "Dream It or Leave It"

Notes from Sedona

Self Portrait, 1947. Originally a page in Journal 2, this drawing was signed and removed as a finished work. It is one of Tanning’s very few self-portraits.

Notes from Sedona

<em>Intersections of Constant Desire</em>, 1947

Notes from Sedona

Letter to Joseph Cornell

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Sometimes I think the only true and satisfactory means of contact with those we love is by writing rather than talking.

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Dorothea Tanning (1910–2012 ) was an artist and writer. Her books include two poetry collections, Coming to That and A Table of Content (both Graywolf); the novel Chasm: A Weekend (Overlook); and the memoirs Between Lives: An Artist and Her World (Norton) and Birthday (Lapis). Her paintings and sculptures are in the collections of the Tate Modern, the Centre Georges Pompidou, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, among many others.


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