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Elise Petersen 12m
When Antoni Porowski clearly visited the earlier this year (while filming the new Philadelphia-based season) and you know because you almost bought that shirt in the gift shop, too. 👊🏼🥰
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Mary Gregory 4h
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Women Artists 2h
2017.0016.02185 HYATT, Anna Vaughan
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Natasha Moura 2h
Replying to @Natasha_Moura
was an eminent , considered as one of the greatest of the 20th century. We chose the dared called "Self-portrait as a Tahitian" painted in 1934, in which she depicted herself with a nude torso.
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Paula Butterfield 3h
Lavinia Fontana, born in 1552, is known for her paintings of classical scenes, but she was also a portraitist of the highest order. Look at how each of these subjects is a distinct individual, including Fontana's daughter on the left.
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Women Artists 11h
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History of Portraiture 13h
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Women Artists 10h
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Women Artists 9h
2017.0016.02178 HUSE, Marion
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Ferren Gipson Aug 22
I am very proud and excited to be a contributing writer for a new release from about titled Great Women Artists. It's a collection of over 400 artists spanning 500 years.
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Diana Drcha Aug 16
Great news for all of the fans of my work: New series called Reflection coming soon 😉
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Women Artists 13h
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Women Artists 8h
2017.0016.02179 HUSSEY, Anna Maria nee REED
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Women Artists Aug 23
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Mary Gregory 6h
Replying to @MGregoryWriter
patrons who changed art profoundly Agnes Gund Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney Claribel Cone Etta Cone Betty Parsons Peggy Guggenheim Look and you'll find countless more. Support and
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Anna Alcock Aug 21
Have you seen yet? If not - this is the perfect opportunity... Pollinators: The Wonder and the Science Saturday 7 September 2019 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Women Artists 22h
2017.0016.02165 HUGHES, Linda
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Bonnie Greer Aug 21
The Staatliches 1919-1933. One of first cultural institutions the Nazis caused to be shut down. The were amazing & revolutionary. They made art against great odds-outside of the school. And inside of it.
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Women Artists Aug 23
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Women Artists Aug 23
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