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Jonathan Small 😈🍑🍬 Jul 13
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Number Two - Pauline Palmer (1867 - 1938), landscape and portrait painter.
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Jonathan Small 😈🍑🍬 Jul 13
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Number Four - Isabel Bishop (1902-1988), figure painter and etcher who observed urban living.
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Jonathan Small 😈🍑🍬 Jul 13
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Number Three - Jane Peterson (1876-1965), landscape, portrait, floral painter who traveled far and wide.
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Jonathan Small 😈🍑🍬 Jul 13
Number one - Sarah Wyman Whitman (1842–1904), painter, book cover designer, and stained glass artist.
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Jonathan Small 😈🍑🍬 Jul 13
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Number Five - Ann Gale (born 1966), portrait and figure painter.
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Catherine Chandler Jul 14
zoe leonard, untitled (cat and mouse #1), 1990/1992
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MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art Mar 21
“I’m interested in how blackness is a technology, changing and adapting through the constant surveillance and oppression of black folks across the diaspora since the 1600s.” –, now on view:
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The Modern Mar 5
Can you name 5 women artists? The Modern celebrates Women’s History Month with the initiative . Over the next few weeks, we will highlight amazing women artists with works in our collection. Image: Marina Abramović, The Lovers, 1988, printed 1996.
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Sarah Moeller Jul 10
The National Gallery of Australia has joined the international movement to celebrate and recognise the contribution of women artists. The campaign calls for equal power, respect and recognition for women creators!
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Christie's Mar 22
American artist Hannah Wilke was a pioneer of feminist art. Her collaborator Les Wollam recalls working with her on a project. Watch the full film:
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MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art Mar 20
“It is through increased simplicity and elimination that the man of taste finds elegance.” –, her textiles—credited to her husband when they won MoMA’s 1940 Organic Design competition—are now on view in
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MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art Mar 26
“Artists should not look to the left or the right. Art should be strong and nonconformist—and most importantly, art should always be personal.” – Explore her gallery in :
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Royal Academy Jun 18
Here are five things to know about the pioneering Finnish painter , as we look forward to the first major exhibition of her work in the UK:
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Guggenheim Museum Mar 27
—Working in performance, photography, sculpture and installation, explores issues of race, gender, migration, and cultural heritage.
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MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art Mar 13
“Furniture design is based on logical principles. Needless prettifying must be avoided. Its beauty must come from the rational arrangement of its parts.” –, her "Low chair" is now on view in :
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Harvard Art Museums Mar 29
Before she became a professional weaver and teacher, Anni Albers studied weaving under Gunta Stölzl, the Bauhaus’s first female workshop director. Visit our exhibition to see these works by Albers—a plan for a tapestry and the tapestry itself.
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MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art Mar 8
While women were largely regarded as the muses of Surrealism’s male artists, painter and sculptor made a place for herself as one of its central artists. Learn more about her “Object” (Paris, 1936):
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Historical SciArt Mar 30
: Anna Lutteroth Eimer (1851-1924) created featuring and . View more of her work from publications digitized and contributed to : --
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MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art Mar 25
“I want to praise and caress the great majority, the American working people...Every curve of their lives I want to render with fanatical sensitivity and creative realism.” – Now on view in our exhibition.
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Museum of Fine Arts Mar 24
Every March for , asks: Can you name ? Today we're focusing on women designers whose work is on view in : ✂️ Jeanne Lanvin ✂️ Rei Kawakubo ✂️ Kay Thompson ✂️ Anvita Sharma ✂️ Annette Kellerman
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