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Phil N. DeBlank Aug 14
RT : Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita winds a single black thread around a grid of nails on a wooden board to create intricate portraits
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Ralph Harrington 16m
Lavinia Fontana was baptised in Bologna 1552 (d1614). Among the most successful painters of her day, she had an international reputation. Perhaps one of the first women artists to break long-standing restrictions & paint the female nude: "Minerva Dressing" (1613).
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Liat Wexelman Aug 22
Beautiful & powerful Kazakh Women at the Kazakh National of Arts 🖼, presenting the history &cultural of 🇰🇿
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gregorio catarino 20h
Clare Youngs is a UK based designer-maker who works with paper and fabric
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Lady Aviendha Aug 20
"Evening, Nipigon River" is a painting by Yvonne McKague Housser, a Canadian painter and teacher. She was an early Modernist painter specializing in landscapes and design.
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Andrew Hill Aug 19
Leonor Fini: Self-portrait with Red Hat
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gregorio catarino Aug 19
'Californian Morning' (mid-20thc) by US artist and printmaker Emmy Lou Packard (1914-1998), a close friend of Frida Kahlo
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Mary Gregory Aug 21
Interesting... "In the city of Bruges in 1480, up to 25 percent of painters guild members were women" Better represented than women in most museums today.
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Silk Dharma Jul 24
Frida in Front of the Cactus Fence, San Angel, 1938 (image by N.Muray)
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Katrina Pallon Jul 18
I may have enjoyed painting the details of this piece way too much. “The Dragon and the Crane” (2019)
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Andrea Annie⚘ Aug 12
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gregorio catarino Jul 31
The Deluge (1919) by British painter Winifred Knights
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Victoria Janssen Aug 22
RT : 'Solar System' quilt by Ellen Harding Baker of Cedar County, Iowa, US in 1876, used as a teaching aid for her lectures on astronomy in the small towns of her state
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Wikipatia Aug 21
8/21/1861 — b. Mary Lizzie Macomber, American artist. Pre-Raphaelite painter, portrait painter; symbolic, decorative, and dreamlike works; opened a studio in Boston, Mass
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Wikipatia Aug 20
8/20/1883 — b. Caroline Risque Janis, American artist. Painter, sculptor; art department chair, John Burroughs School; member of the early 20th c. artist collective, The Potters. Popular in New Orleans and St. Louis; opened a studio in St. Louis
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Francisco Ribeiro Aug 19
La Chanson Nouvelle (The New Song), 1879, by French painter Angèle Dubos, a painting that was included in the 1905 book 'Women Painters of the World'
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Anna Soper Aug 19
It wouldn't be without a celebration of Anna Atkins! She is widely credited as the first to publish a book illustrated primarily with photographs. from the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.
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Muskan Gupta Aug 19
She was told, "Give a smile little lady". Ps: Yes that's THE earring.. ARMY must know💜
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Valerie Wilson Aug 18
Fabulous craft skills on show this afternoon from members of The Lace Guild of Northern Ireland, at the Food and Craft Fair at . Beautiful examples of bobbin , mountmellick , carrickmacross and limerick lace.
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The Magic Peacock Aug 17
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