Epstein’s second wife, who, along with Sally Ryan, created the Garman-Ryan collection.
Theodore was Epstein’s second child, but his first with Kathleen Garman.
Epstein’s third child, who retained her mother Kathleen’s surname.
Esther Garman was the third child of Epstein and Kathleen Garman, but Epstein’s fourth child.
Epstein’s fifth child and last child, whose existence was hidden from Kathleen Garman.
Epstein began the decade by publishing his autobiography, Let There be Sculpture, […]
During the 1920s Epstein had only carved three pieces of work – […]
Most of Epstein’s output in the 1920s was portrait work. He received […]
The last nine years of Epstein’s life were a period of public […]
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A year-by-year timeline of Epstein’s life with links to people he came into contact with, places his visited, things he did and artworks he made.
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Epstein’s first wife, who raised Epstein’s first child Peggy Jean.