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#WOMENSART 8h
Africa-American artist Iona Rozeal Brown's work unites Japanese Ukiyo-e prints and hip-hop culture
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Gertrude Abercrombie, Toddy, Possim and Christine, 1954
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Artist Felicia Browne (1904-1936), first British volunteer to die in the Spanish Civil War, killed on this day in 1936
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The Woman Who Lives in the Sun, 1960 by Inuk artist Kenojuak Ashevak
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Argentinian artist Marta Minujín's monumental replica of the Greek Parthenon created with 100,000 copies of banned books, to symbolizes the resistance to political repression
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From 'The Trouble with Women' by UK illustrator/cartoonist Jackie Fleming
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Female fighter horse training for the militia, Inner Mongolia,1979 by photographer Eve Arnold
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English designer and artisan May Morris' hand painted Valentine sent to playwright George Bernard Shaw, 1886. However Shaw was involved with an older woman and Morris married another man soon after
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Johanna Helena Herolt (c.1668-1721), botanical artist whose paintings have often been wrongly attributed to her more well known mother, German-born naturalist and scientific illustrator, Maria Sibylla Merian
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The Stags, 2008 by hyperrealist Australian sculptor and artist Patricia Piccinini
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Lucy Martin Lewis (1890/8-1992) was a Native American potter from Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico, known for her black-on-white decorative ceramics made using traditional techniques
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Miniature embroidered portraits by Danielle Clough from Cape Town, South Africa
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Surrealist painter and anarchist Remedios Varo (1908 – 1963) who worked in Spain, France and Mexico
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US artist Michelle Dickson, 'Neither Mine Nor Yours' series, merged plaster casts of the artist's own face on driftwood
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Portrait of Fanny Eaton (mid 19th c) by English painter Joanna Boyce. Fanny Eaton (1835-1924) was a Jamaican-born Londoner and artists´ model for the Pre-Raphaelites, who moved to England as a child and appeared in a number of paintings.
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Egyptian artist Rana El Nemr, Telekinesis, 2007, collage of residential balconies in Cairo
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Daisy Makeig-Jones (1881-1945), UK pottery designer for Wedgwood, best known for her 'Fairyland Lustre' series
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#WOMENSART Aug 24
Seattle-based artist Isobelle Ouzman carves intricate 3D illustrations into discarded books found in dumpsters, recycling bins, and local thrift shops
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#WOMENSART Aug 24
'Hampstead Heath Summer Evening' by Emma Haworth, contemporary London-based painter known for her observations of the streets and parks, with a hint of otherworldliness
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#WOMENSART Aug 24
'Summer moon' by contemporary UK printmaker Carol Lander
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