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Watercolor of color theory and had written notes created by Enid Bland Yandell. Date is unknown, but it was probably created during her time at the Art Academy of Cincinnati (1887-1889).

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American Red Cross certificate given to Enid Bland Yandell, honoring her for her service to the United States of America.

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Appui Aux Artistes (Aid for Artists) pamphlet. Established by Enid Bland Yandell and four other women in August 1914. Appui Aux Artistes provided affordable meals for those involved in the arts and their families. Appui used American contacts to…

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Watercolor still life and practice of color theory created by Enid Bland Yandell. Date is unknown, but it probably created during her time at the Art Academy of Cincinnati (1887-1889).

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Page of Enid Bland Yandell's early career scrapbook. Enid actively documented her career by clipping articles that related to her and other sculptors works. This page shows a business card Enid created for a private viewing at her studio at 315 W.…

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Page of Enid Bland Yandell's early career scrapbook. Enid actively documented her career by clipping articles that related to her our other women sculptors. This page shows a Louisville Times article, "Miss Enid Yandell and her work" (Tuesday…

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A page from Enid Bland Yandell's early career scrapbook. Enid actively documented her career by clipping articles that related to her and other women sculptors. This page shows a Courier-Journal article, "Miss Yandell's Work in Paris" (1896). The…

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Advertisement for The Branstock found within "The Craftsman" journal. In 1907 Enid Bland Yandell founded Branstock, a summer art school that taught a variety of classes.

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Group of small figurines Enid created between 1897-1912 including: Bluebeard's Wife (1911), The Five Senses (ca. 1909), and the Fisher Boy and Mermaid tankard (1897).

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Half figure bust of Mademoiselle Deckert de la Meillaie with her hair pulled up on top of her head and a shawl wrapped around her bare shoulders. Her hand rests on the head of a dog. One of only two known portraits by Yandell in the half-figure…
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