- (1874–1946)US writer. Gertrude Stein came from a wealthy German Jewish family in Pennsylvania. She was educated in Europe and in 1902 settled in Paris with her brother Leo, an artist and art critic. She wrote novels, sketches, plays, poems and autobiographical works, and attracted attention by her experiments in rhythms (‘a rose is a rose is a rose’) and early use of the ‘stream of consciousness’ technique. She is best remembered as friend and patron of gifted men who were breaking new ground in the arts and were to become famous. Her home was an avant garde salon where artists like Picasso (who painted her portrait), Braque and Matisse mingled with American writers like F.Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway. These years are described in The Autobiography of Alice B.Toklas (1933), ostensibly by her companion and secretary.
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STEIN, GERTRUDE — (1874–1946), U.S. author, critic, and patron of modern art and literature. Born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, into a wealthy German Jewish family, Gertrude Stein spent her childhood in Vienna and Paris and was fluent as a child in various languages … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Stein,Gertrude — Stein (stīn), Gertrude. 1874 1946. American writer of experimental novels, poetry, essays, operas, and plays. In Paris during the 1920s she was a central member of a group of American expatriates that included Ernest Hemingway. Her works include… … Universalium
Stein, Gertrude — born Feb. 3, 1874, Allegheny City, Pa., U.S. died July 27, 1946, Neuilly sur Seine, France U.S. avant garde writer. Born to a wealthy family, Stein studied at Radcliffe College before moving to Paris, where from 1909 she lived with her companion… … Universalium
Stein, Gertrude — (1874 1946) American author. Born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, she was educated in Europe. In 1902 she settled in Paris with her brother, Leo. She wrote novels, sketches, plays and poems. She was a patron of artists including Picasso, Braque… … Dictionary of Jewish Biography
Stein, Gertrude — (1874 1946) Born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, the writer studied at Harvard University and in 1904 moved to Paris with her brother, Leo. Although Paris remained her place of residence, she was an American who wrote about America. Notable among… … The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater
Stein, Gertrude — ► (1874 1946) Escritora estadounidense. Autora de La autobiografía de Alice B. Toklas. * * * (3 feb. 1874, Allegheny City, Pa., EE.UU.–27 jul. 1946, Neuilly sur Seine, Francia). Escritora de vanguardia estadounidense. Nació en el seno de una… … Enciclopedia Universal
Stein, Gertrude — см. Стайн, Гертруда … Писатели США. Краткие творческие биографии
Gertrude Stein — Gertrude Stein, Fotografie von Carl van Vechten, 1935 Gertrude Stein (* 3. Februar 1874 in Allegheny … Deutsch Wikipedia
Gertrude Stein — fotografiada por Carl Van Vechten en 1935 … Wikipedia Español
STEIN (G.) — STEIN GERTRUDE (1874 1946) Née à Alleghany (Pennsylvanie), dans une famille d’émigrants juifs allemands, Gertrude Stein passe la plus grande partie de son enfance à Oakland (Californie). Étudiante en psychologie à Radcliffe College (Harvard),… … Encyclopédie Universelle