Fort Bridger Rendezvous, Fort Bridger, Wyoming I tried to create a vintage, glass plate photograph look for this portrait. I thought it was appropriate considering the subject. What do you think?
6 Letters That Will Change The Way You Think About Ernest Hemingway
Letters of Ernest Hemingway shows the writer wasn't all bullfighting and bravado — as Gertrude Stein knew, he was also a terrific pen pal. Here are some of his more surprising confessions.
Who Was Ernest Hemingway? | by Edward Mendelson | The New York Review of Books
Hemingway’s letters are copious with gossip and boasting that he often enlivens by invention. He assures a friend at one point, “Quite a lot of the above paragraph is true.” Except in a few authentic-sounding outbursts against his parents, almost everything he says about his emotional life seems false.
The Old Man and The Farm: The Long, Tumultuous Saga of Ernest Hemingway’s Prized Miró Masterpiece
Ernest Hemingway’s favorite painting was Joan Miró’s 1922 masterpiece The Farm. But as with so much in the writer’s life, it ended up sparking a bitter fight. Hemingway’s madcap tussles with his wives, MoMA, and the Cuban government took the canvas around the world and back. Nearly a century later, the painting has returned to Paris for a new exhibition.
Old Photos of Ernest Hemingway Partying
Nobel Prize winner Ernest Hemingway is seen as one of the great American 20th century novelists, and is known for works like A Farewell to Arms and The Old Man and the Sea. These photographs below captured everyday life of Hemingway in the past... When Ernest Hemingway wasn't drinking wine, gin, whiskey, vodka or absinthe, he was usually playing with guns Ernest Hemingway, Michael & Helen Lerner and Julio Sanchez Ernest Hemingway and friend Carlos Gutierrez partying Hemingway's fishing boat…
Author Ernest Hemingway and his wife Mary pose for a photo with a...
Author Ernest Hemingway and his wife Mary pose for a photo with a trophy while on a big game hunt in September 1952 in Kenya.