Edmund Wilson

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Original 18x12” watercolor portrait of Edmund Wilson as featured in The Art of the Affair: An Illustrated History of Love, Sex, and Artistic Influence. Unframed. Comes with a copy of the book signed by the illustrator.



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As he appears in the text:

“Edmund Wilson, a renowned critic and essayist, spent his whole life in literary crowds. He was an early editor of F. Scott Fitzgerald, who he knew from Princeton, and lost his virginity to the poet Edna St. Vincent Millay. Edmund’s 1944 review of Anaïs Nin’s Under a Glass Bell, a self-published effort with engravings from her husband, got her major early exposure and respect—and helped Edmund make his way onto Anaïs’s roster of lovers.”

Read more about The Art of the Affair, by Catherine Lacey and Forsyth Harmon. ︎︎︎