Re-picturing the classic era of the Silver Screen

arts / Article

January 24, 2014 by Anne Tschida


From "Smoke and Mirrors" from Kristen Thiele

The movies of the 1930s are particularly evocative. It was an era between two world wars, during the Great Depression, and a time when American culture was truly starting to define itself. There were strong women on screen, gangsters, and a 1920s F. Scott Fitzgerald glamour that most Americans were likely not experiencing. The movies brought these somewhat fantastical worlds alive. The artist Kristen Thiele has re-im

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