Ray Anne Lockard is Head of the Frick Fine Arts Library at the University of Pittsburgh. Active in the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA), she was a founding member and the first chairperson of the Gay and Lesbian Interests Round Table of ARLIS/NA. She has also served as co-chair of the Gay and Lesbian Caucus of the College Art Association.
Entries by Ray Anne Lockard
arts >> Austen, Alice
One of the first American women to become a photographer, Alice Austen defied conventions and challenged stereotypes in nearly every aspect of her life.
arts >> Bonheur, Rosa
The most popular artist of nineteenth-century France and a renowned painter of animals, Rosa Bonheur lived in two consecutive committed relationships with women.
arts >> Brooks, Romaine
The female nudes and portraits of cross-dressed women made American artist Romaine Brooks's lesbian identity known to the world.
arts >> Carrington, Dora
English painter, designer, and decorative artist Dora Carrington is best known for her long relationship with gay writer Lytton Strachey, but she had affairs with both men and women, and her work has recently gained recognition.
arts >> Gilbert & George
Gilbert Proesch (b. 1943) and George Passmore (b. 1942)
Controversial British avant-garde artists Gilbert & George explore themes ranging from city life, with all its frailties, to religion, scatology, and homosexuality.
arts >> Gluck (Hannah Gluckstein)
The British artist Gluck (Hannah Gluckstein) defied the conventions of her class and time, but left her mark on the history of modern art in England.
arts >> Klumpke, Anna Elizabeth
American-born artist Anna Elizabeth Klumpke is best known today as the last lover of acclaimed French painter Rosa Bonheur, but she was an accomplished artist in her own right.
arts >> Solomon, Simeon
Known for his association with the Pre-Raphaelites and the Aesthetic Movement, British artist Simeon Solomon created homoerotic works and suffered as a victim of late nineteenth-century English homophobia.
arts >> White, Minor
Renowned photographer, teacher, critic, editor, and curator, Minor White created some of the most interesting photographs of male nudes of the second half of the twentieth century, but did not exhibit them for fear of scandal.