The Easel

Gluck’s rebellion against artistic and gender norms

If you were going to be a rebel in 1920’s London it helped to be from a wealthy family. Then again, to be gay and Jewish guaranteed more than your fair share of challenges. Gluck painted the landscape of rural Cornwall as well as life up in London. Her insistence on solo shows limited her market profile then and now, in retrospect, there is a vague sense of an under-fulfilled talent. More images are here.