Publications by Lawrence Siddall
BOOK by Lawrence Siddall
PUBLISHED ARTICLES by Lawrence Siddall
“The Sad, Short Life of Elizabeth Siddal, Pre-Raphaelite Model and Artist.” About a well-known Pre-Raphaelite model, recognizable in works such as John Everett Millais's "Ophelia" and works by Dante Gabriel Rosetti, to whom Siddal was briefly married prior to her early death. Published in The Review, journal of the Pre-Raphaelite Society, England, Autumn 2002.
"Truth in Nature - an Artist Looks Anew at Landscape." Thomas Farrer's approach to landscape painting. 2013-14. Published in The Daily Hampshire Gazette, October 16, 2013; published in the Amherst Bulletin, January 3, 2014.
“Sarah Winnemucca, Native American Activist” About one of the most notable Native American women of the 19th Century. Published in Nevada in the West, Vol. 6 No. 4, Winter, 2015.
"Two 19th C. Women Who Were Advocates on Behalf of Native Americans" Histories of Sarah Winnemucca and Helen Hunt Jackson. 2014. Published in the Daily Hampshire Gazette, June 18, 2014, under the title "Recalling Amherst Woman's 19th Century Fight for Native American Rights".
“Living with Macular Degeneration” About adapting to deteriorating eyesight.
“Traveling with Impaired Vision" About traveling with macular degeneration.
“My Two Years in the Peace Corps.” Oberlin College Alumni Magazine. Summer 2000.
"Re-assessing My Peace Corps Experience: A Senior Volunteer Takes a Second Look Back" Published in the Daily Hampshire Gazette, March 2, 2016.
"Tying up Loose Ends: Preparing for the End of Life" 2014. Published in the Daily Hampshire Gazette, June 24, 2014.
UNPUBLISHED ARTICLES by Lawrence Siddall
"A Poland Story" Love, family and cross-cultural connections. 2014
"Getting a Glimpse of Cuba." Late Winter 2013
“Recollections of a Fuller Brush Man.” About Lawrence Siddall's summer working as a Fuller Brush Man in 1960. Written 2010.
Pelham Springs Press - Lawrence Siddall - Amherst, MA