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WhereAreTheWomenArtists? Aug 4
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Let's have a look at some of the many, many things that happened in the 120 years it took for the National Gallery to purchase a second work by a ... 4/4
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niphoenixsculpture Aug 3
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Upcycled Jewelry Aug 7
“Blue Bouquet 10 X 10 X 1.5 is currently available for purchase at Kathy Q Parks. ”
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ArtHerstory Aug 5
How Sister Became the First to Paint ‘The Last Supper,’ by Margherita Cole, via
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Victoria_Pavlov 8h
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Alice Strang Aug 9
Festival of Modern Scottish Art #10: Marguerites 1912 by Edinburgh-born, student and teacher, Associate Dorothy Johnstone (1892-1980). Oil on canvas. Bequeathed by the Artist to in 1980. (c) Artist's Estate.
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Sophie Parkin Aug 6
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Chalk Gallery Aug 10
Our next Featured Artist is Gabrielle Lord, her new paintings will be in our gallery window from today. Here she is taking some photographs of her paintings before a trip to her framers
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Victoria_Pavlov Aug 5
If you like what I do, if you like my art, join me and I promise, we can make a difference.  👉🏻 👈🏻
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Victoria_Pavlov Aug 7
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jane robinson Aug 4
Thrilled! Writing a new biog of for ⁦⁩. What a woman. Founded ⁦⁩, , , , , activist & life-enhancing of ’s most intriguing people. What do you know of her?
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San Jose Museum of Art 45m
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with a monochromatic coat of paint, she united the shattered world to create a new harmony.
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Victoria_Pavlov 4h
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annette Aug 9
As part of the . my 2 nd piece ‘little bay’ (Nigg) pastel & collage comes in 8”x8” white frame £65...including p&p dm if you’d like to buy or for info🙏
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Victoria_Pavlov Aug 5
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Silvia Trăistaru Aug 3
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ESKFF Aug 4
Presenting Now! Past resident Sandra De Sando is exhibiting her piece "Poison Water Angry Tree" at the What Matters Most jury show! Click here for more information:
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ArtHerstory Aug 5
What a lovely image of ! For more perspective on this early modern , see 's guest post "Paper Portraits: The Self-Fashioning of Esther Inglis" on the blog: []
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