“The bold brush of Edith Thayer Cromwell lays a riot of color onto the canvas that could only have developed in the milieu of the early-twentieth-century avant-garde…Few women of the twentieth century used the nude as subject, but Cromwell was a member of the figure without reserve…Truly Cromwell was a member of the American vanguard. Her art was radical in every way – from her brash, high-keyed style to her choice of subject. Her painting stands today as a reflection of a woman in the midst of a changing time.”

– Richard York, May 1999

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