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Mary Williams (1869 1961), who wrote pseudonymously as Kate Carew, was a caricaturist self-styled as " The Only Woman Caricaturist". She worked at the New York World, providing illustrated celebrity interviews. Was also published in The Tatler in the UK. Self-portrait of herself in caricature with sketch book in hand.
1920

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Carew Caricaturist Feb17 Kate Sketchbook Sketching Artists


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This self-portrait captures the spirit and wit of Mary Williams, who wrote under the pseudonym Kate Carew and made history as the only woman caricaturist of her time. Born in 1869, Williams gained notoriety in the male-dominated world of caricature, working for renowned publications such as the New York World and The Tatler in the UK. In this 1920 self-portrait, Williams is depicted with a mischievous grin, her eyes twinkling with the playful energy of a true artist. She holds a sketchbook in her hand, a testament to her endless creativity and dedication to her craft. The intricate lines and bold strokes of the caricature reveal her masterful skill and deft hand. Williams' self-portrait is a reflection of her unique identity as a woman in a man's world. Her bold presence and unapologetic self-representation challenge the norms of the time, making her an inspiring figure for artists and women alike. This image serves as a reminder of Williams' groundbreaking contributions to the world of caricature and her enduring legacy as a trailblazing artist. The delicate balance of humor and artistry in this self-portrait invites us to appreciate the depth and complexity of Kate Carew's work. It is a testament to her talent, her tenacity, and her unwavering commitment to expressing herself through the power of art.

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