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M c Cristina Oct 24
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Alice Marianne 23 Jul 18
Evelina Oliveira | Portugal Waiting for New Days
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Ámbar Mar 8
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Gwen Spicer Oct 25
"Around 1568, Florentine nun Plautilla Nelli embarked on her most ambitious project yet: a monumental Last Supper scene featuring life-size depictions of Jesus and the 12 Apostles."
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sarah jane moon Mar 2
Filmmaker and photographer Barry Bliss will be exhibiting his complete series of photographs of 30 women painters including myself at the Palace of Westminster from March 4th. The show is held in celebration of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the UK
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Annie Stegg Oct 26
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ASTEP 5 Mar 18
Calling all my - do you want/need $50K? wants to give it to you!
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Susan Tomkins Jan 7
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DoubleDownArt Apr 18
“Low Water”, Joan Mitchell, 1969, Oil on Canvas
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Alessandra Bertuzzo #facciamorete 15 Sep 18
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Gwen E. Harper 20 Oct 18
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rendered impressions 6 Nov 18
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Maléfica🌹 29 Sep 17
By Elizabeth Strong (American, 1855 - 1941) "Deer in the woods"
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Meg Maggio Mar 23
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John Arcudi Oct 18
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Women In Art Fair 19 Jun 18
This week's inspiration is Artemisia Gentileschi (1593–1656) an Italian Baroque painter regarded as one of the most progressive and expressive painters of her generation.
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The Gallery Cafe 24 Mar 18
There's a new, abstract work of art in the Cafe called Table Top by Anne Redpath. She was a Scottish painter, famous for her vibrant still life paintings of home life. This one dates back to the early 1960s.
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Paperknot Jul 18
Love seeing the underglaze while it's still drying. This polar bear will be so shiny after firing.
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DAG 8 Mar 18
Pioneers in their craft. An inspiration to an entire generation of artists. Without these women, Indian art wouldn’t be what it is today. DAG salutes these women artists and all of you, who continue to paint your voices.
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Adriane Strampp 3 Jan 18
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