|Votes for Women, 1915|
Although based in New York City she spent extended periods in Woodstock, NY, and Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Over the years her prints and drawings ranged from charming to shrewd to caustic.
|The Beauties of Nature, 1942|
Bacon contributed to Vanity Fair, the New Masses, and The New Yorker magazines and illustrated more than 60 books, many her own and many for children. She was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts in 1934. Her work is in permanent collections throughout the country.
|And Tried to Pull Her Out... 1930|
And as Bacon said and wrote many times "A life without cats is not worth living."
Link to Peggy Bacon page:http://www.susantellergallery.com/cgi/STG_art.pl?artist=bacon