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Madge Gill

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Madge Gill

this is madge gill . she was a self taught artist who began obsessively drawing mediumistic works after the death of her daughter in

Madge Gill (1882–1961) was an English mediumistic artist who made thousands of drawings "guided" by a spirit she called "Myrninerest" (my inner rest).

Madge Gill was an English mediumistic artist who made thousands of drawings "guided" by a spirit she called "Myrninerest" (my inner rest).

Adolf Wölfli. From the Cradle to the Grave. 1908-1912. Wölfli’s first epic From the Cradle to the Grave runs over 2,970 pages of text and 752 illustrations bound by Wölfli into nine books. It takes...

From the Cradle to the Grave. Wölfli’s first epic From the Cradle to the Grave runs over pages of text and 752 illustrations bound by Wölfli into nine books.

Outsider artist, Charles Dellschau

Charles Dellschau Untitled x 17 Inches mixed media on paper andrew edlin gallery

Madge Gill   Mediumistic Drawings inspiration

Madge Gill - Mediumistic Drawings

Madge Gill Age: Gender: female Media:ink and pencil Explanation: faces combined within lines and patterns creates a whimsical effect which contrast with the black expressions on the faces

“Man directs his efforts in the trend of thoughts which scoop through the brain. The crust of the earth, beneath lies untold wealth, so it is with the mastermind true genius will out. Dear Louise, I wish I could be normal.” -Madge Gill

“Man directs his efforts in the trend of thoughts which scoop through the brain. The crust of the earth, beneath lies untold wealth, so it is with the mastermind true genius will out. Dear Louise, I wish I could be normal.

Born in London, England, Madge Gill began drawing in 1919, inspired to create by the encouragement and intervention of her spirit guide, ‘Myrninerest’. Featured in issues 123, 36, 39 and 80 of Raw Vision. http://rawvision.com/artists/madge-gill

Born in London, England, Madge Gill began drawing in inspired to create by the encouragement and intervention of her spirit guide, ‘Myrninerest’.

Anthropologists of the Mind

Anthropologists of the Mind - “And yet real art brut, that is to say individualistic creation against the force of winds and of tides and even at the cost of one’s own life, one’s heal.

Madge Gill  Untitled, c. 1940  Ink on postcard

Madge Gill Untitled, c. 1940 Ink on postcard