Hemingway: Painting and Writing, Omissions and Connections
Parallels the creative work of Hemingway and Grace Hall Hemingway, observing that both artists adhered to the theory of omission, with Grace omitting people from her paintings and Hemingway omitting mention of Winslow Homer’s or his mother’s paintings in Islands in the Stream. Sanford traces Grace’s artistic career and includes reprints of her work, particularly those depicting locations appearing in Hemingway’s short stories.
North Dakota Quarterly
Sanford, John E. “Hemingway: Painting and Writing, Omissions and Connections.” North Dakota Quarterly 70, no. 4 (Fall 2003): 232-53.