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WOMEN AND ART
  • The World's Women On-Line
  • Women in Art, A gallery of women's art from all over the world Art Student Independent Project:
  • Claudine Varesi - Painting Gallery - Women in Art
  • Claudine Varesi paintings about women form an important aspect of her art career.
  • Elena Kallistova
  • MAJOR EXHIBITIONS 1999 "Group exhibition" New York, Soho, USA "The Body Politic" New York, USA "Women in Art" Washington DC, USA 1998 "ART SALON -97" Moscow, Russia 1997 "On the Eve of PiscesSign" Mos
  • Melyssa Bearse Pastels
  • I was born and raised in Miami and as a young child it seemed to me that I was always drawing,singing or playing the guitar,
  • The National Museum of Women in the Arts  NMWA
    Welcome to the Women's Museum!
  • Joanna Boyce: Bird of God
  •  Bird of God, 1861, by Joanna Boyce (1831-1861) Private Collection, from My Studios: Women in Art
  • Joyce Petter Gallery
  • Oakland Community College, Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: Women in Art
  • Lydia Aspen's Website NMSU Alamogordo
  • This course questions the masculinist history of heroic art, which has portrayed the image of woman as one of possession and consumption. Students explore the works of female artists and the psychological interpretations of images of women in art and...
  • MFA - Exhibition - Women in Art: Boston 1870 - 1940
  • WELCOME MEMBERSHIP GET INVOLVED EXHIBITIONS COLLECTIONS INFORMATION PRESS ROOM CALENDAR JOBS SHOP. SEARCH SITE MAP. SMFA NCAAA. A Studio of Her Own:
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  • WEB PAGE :The 2nd Annual Fairly Lilith Celebration of Women in Art
  • Monica Zeringue - Paintings - Biography - Galerie Simonne Stern
  • Women's Caucas for Art National 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Chicago, IL, "Carving the Forces of Change: Celebrating Women in Art," juried by Faith Ringgold
  • Nancy Oleson
  • Nancy works with acrylics, oils, and watercolor on canvas and watercolor media. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions and several one person shows. A few of her group exhbitions have included: The Invitational Show of Women in Art from...
  • Opening the Door: Women in Art at Bakersfield Museum of Art
  • Bakersfield Museum of Art Photo by John Hazelltine Bakersfield, CA 661-323-7219 Opening the Door: Women in Art Open an art history book published before the 1970s and you'll find mention of only a handful of women artists - and that's if you're lucky.
  • Oppression of Women, Women of Color, Women in Art
  • Lyn Southworth Fine Art Originals and Prints.
  • Publications
  • A selection of books written and edited by the Head of the School, showing her major research interests in Italian Renaissance art history, historiography, patronage, connoisseurship and the representation of women in art  more hits from:
  • Resources for the study of the Life of Women in Art in Ancient Greece
  • Resources for the Study of the Life of Women the Art of Ancient Greece
  • Rutgers University Art History Course Resources - Women in Art - Images
  • RU Women in Art Course Images
  • Rutgers University Art History Course Resources - Women in Art - Timeline
  • RU Women in Art Course Web-site Cultural and Historical Timeline
  • Rutgers University Art History Course Resources - Women in Art - Week One
  • RU Women in Art Course Week One - Ancient Art
  • Student Projects
  • Student Projects Student projects from Interdisciplinary Studies 325: Introduction to Women's Studies 1997-1999 Women in Art Women in Sports Women in Politics Women in Science Women's Health Women in Literature Women In Journalism Women in Action.
  • Gaetanne S. Sylvester
  • 1998 97 The Light Within, Manitoba Women in Art, Guadalajara, Mexico, & Pool of the Black Star, Legislative Building, Winnipeg
  • The Ancient World Web: Art/Women_In_Art
  • The Ancient World Web's Women in Art Index.
  • The Bergen Museum - USA Hackensack, NJ
  • 25 E. Salem Street, Suite 25, Hackensack, NJ 07601 - 201-968-0470. Women In Art, held 3/ 8 - 4/1. Exhibit and Lecture.Our thanks to all that made
  • The Chameleon Theatre Circle presents...The Heidi Chronicles
  • The Chameleon Theatre Circle is proud to present... The Heidi Chronicles "Women in Art" Three sets of images from The Heidi Chronicles Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Clara Peeters' "Breakfast P
  • The Collages by Ava Day
  • Original Collages by Ava Day  Homepage Women in Art Women 
  • Getty ArtsEdNet
  • Getty Arts Ed Net
  • Mildred Jarrow Riley's artwork
  • Mildred Jarrow Riley's artwork has been selected for display at the following shows:
  • Women Artists
  • Women Artists : Works from the National Museum of Women in the Arts by Nancy Heller. Hardcover - 240 pages (November 2000) Rizzoli. " Women Artists is the definitive volume on the history of women in art. Spanning over 500 years, from the Renaissance...
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  • IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CONSULATE GENERAL OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, NEW YORK
  • WOMEN IN ART
  • The Bergen Museum and the Kolodzei Art Foundation, Inc. are proud to showcase the works of contemporary Russian and American women at the Hackensack Art and Cultural Center
  • Women in Art - Art Deco - Gold Earrings
  • MEDIUM: Dyed and painted fabric. SIZE: 9 inches wide x 17 inches high, archival mount, unframed. PRICE: Original art $360.00 USD
  • Women in Art - Cheadle Primary School
  • Recall the great names in Art and without a doubt it will be male. Women have made a quieter but no less valuable contribution to the world of art. Traditionally female artists were more likely to be crafts persons - making quilts, soft furnishings...  more hits from:
  • Women in Art - Elizabeth Barret, Anne Lewis, Mimi Pickering, Justine Richardson
  • Elizabeth Barret: A native of Hazard, Kentucky, Elizabeth Barret joined Appalshop in 1973. In 1997-8 she was the recipient of a Rockefeller Foundation film/video/multimedia fellowship. Barret's films
  • Women in Art - Enid Yandell
  • Enid Yandell was a pioneer in the male-dominated field of sculpting during the 1890's and early 1900's. Yandell was born October 6, 1871, in Louisville, Kentucky, the daughter of a prominent surgeon,
  • Women in Art - Jane Burch Cochran
  • Jane Burch Cochran is a quilter who constantly pushes the boundaries of the traditional art of quilting. She started making small fiber pieces in 1979 and made her first large quilt in 1985. She creat
  • Women in Art - Kozloff Page
  • Info Joyce Kozloff Joyce Kozloff was involved in the 1970's Pattern and Decoration Movement. She received her Masters of Fine Arts degree at Columbia University in New York. Her contribution to feminism and art was unbelievable. Kozloff has the
  • Women in Art - Minnie Adkins
  • To many in Kentucky, the twig roosters carved by Minnie Adkins are synonymous with the term folk art. She taught herself to carve as a child, and it was not until 1987 that she realized that others mi
  • Women in Art - Pablita Velarde/Helen Hardin
  • Pablita Velarde was born in Santa Clara Pueblo on September 19, 1918. When she was 15 she exhibited a large oil on masonite at the Century of Progress World's Fair in Chicago.
  • Women in Art - Ringgold Page
  • Info --> Faith Ringgold. Faith Ringgold was born in 1930 and raised in Harlem. As a young woman she was deeply influenced by the culture of New York
  • Women in Art and Literature -- National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinary
  • Photographs and description of Art and Literaturea in context with Women's History
  • Women in Art- Angelica Kauffmann
  • A child prodigy, Kauffmann produced her first commissioned work before the age of 13. After the death of her mother, she traveled through Austria and Italy with her father, painter Joseph Johann Kauff
  • Women in Art- Caterina van Hemessen
  • Her father, Jan Sanders van Hemessen was a well-known painter in Antwerp and presumably her teacher. She was a highly successful painter. Her main patron was Queen Mary of Hungary. Van Hemessen marrie
  • Women in Art- Catherine Madox Brown
  • Her earliest memories were of modelling for her father as a babe in arms, and visits by the Rossetti brothers. She Attended Queen's College and was trained in art by her father, Ford Madox Brown. She
  • Women in Art- Dorothy Dehner
  • Raised by an aunt after the death of her parents, Dehner spent an unhappy year studying theater at UCLA and then took a year long trip through Europe. There she was introduced to the newest developmen
  • Women in Art- Elaine de Kooning
  • Elaine de Kooning was stimulated by her mother's enthusiasm for art. She took her to museums, gave her books on art, and suggested to her daughter to draw what she saw. Even before she entered high school Elaine knew she wanted to be a painter. While...
  • Women in Art- Elisabeth Louise Vigee-Le Brun
  • Born in Paris, this court painter acquired fame in her homeland as well as throughout Europe. Vigee-LeBrun was mostly a self taught artist, but she received some artistic training from her father prio
  • Women in Art- Elisabetta Sirani
  • Sirani painted a wide range of subjects-portraits, allegories, religious themes- and she painted them fast. She painted so fast that it was commonly believed that she had help painting them. In order
  • Women in Art- Emily Mary Osborn
  • Very little is known about this genre painter. Osborn was born in England and moved to London with her family in 1848. She studied art in London and later in Munich and began exhibiting at the Royal Academy when she was only 17 years old. She had a long...
  • Women in Art- Emma Sandys
  • Born in 1843, the second child of Anthony Sands, a jobbing painter. She was taught by her father but her brother became her chief advisor. During her career, she exhibited portraits and female heads i
  • Women in Art- Eva Gonzales
  • Eva Gonzales (1849-1883) Gonzales grew up in an environment that valued the arts; her father was a well-known novelist and her mother,
  • Women in Art- Evelyn De Morgan
  • De Morgan began lessons at the age of 15, followed by prize-winning studies at South Kensington and Slade Schools. Her exhibition debut was in 1876 at the Dudley Gallery and followed that with a show
  • Women in Art- Frida Kahlo
  • Kahlo nearly lost her life at age fifteen in a streetcar accident that crushed her pelvis and spine. During the next twenty-nine years she under went thirty-five operations and lived in constant pain.
  • Women in Art- Gabriele Munter
  • Because the official art academies in Munich and Dusseldorf were closed to women, Munter had to study elsewhere.For awhile she studied at the Phalanx School, that was founded by Kandinsky. There she was introduced to Post-Impressionism and to the technique...
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  • Women in Art- Georgia O'Keeffe
  • The most famous woman painter of our time was Georgia O'Keeffe. She is best known for her dramatic paintings of gigantic flowers and sun-bleached desert bones. Early in her career O'Keeffe placed all
  • Women in Art- Joanna Boyce
  • Born in London in 1831. She showed artistic talent during her childhood and studied at Cary's. In 1855 she went to the studio of Thomas Couture to study but her stay was truncated by illness. She toue
  • Women in Art- Judith Leyster
  • Leyster was extremely successful in her day as a portrait and genre specialist. Little is known about her early training but she was mentioned in about about Haarlem as being a local artist. In her ea
  • Women in Art- Kathe Kollwitz
  • Kathe Kollwitz (1867-1945) Unlike Modersohn-Becker's robust and monumental depictions of motherhood, Kathe Kollwitz's imagery is marked by poverty
  • Women in Art- Lavinia Fontana
  • Fontana was taught by her father, Prospero, a successful cosmopolitan painter who had worked in Rome and Florence. Although historically important as a painter of religious works, she achieved her gre
  • Women in Art- Lois Mailou Jones
  • Jones began studying art at an early age, encouraged by her parents. She attended the Boston Museum School full time. She won a fellowship to the Academie Julien in Paris in 1937 and was inspired the
  • Women in Art- Lucia Anguissola
  • Relatively little is known about this Renaissance painter. She was the third sister of five, all of whom were painters. She only lived into her mid-twenties but her artistic skill is generally conside
  • Women in Art- Marianne Stokes
  • She studied at the art academy in Austria where she won a prize and then moved onto to study in Munich. In 1884 she married British artist Adrian Stokes. Together they traveled throughout Europe and appointed.Late in the 1890's she steadily moved towards...
  • Women in Art- Marie Spartali Stillman
  • Trained under Ford Madox Brown from 1864-70, alongside his daughters. Her earliest exhibited works show consciously feminist and political themes linked to her own experience and heritage. Against her
  • Women in Art- Miriam Schapiro
  • Born in Toronto, she studied painting at colleges in New york and Iowa. She married Paul Brach, an artist in 1946. Schapiro worked a series of odd jobs until she became a artist full-time in 1955. 
  • Women In Art Prints at Fine Art Prints Posters Women in art prints are some of the most original fine art prints and posters ever created.
  • Women in Art- Rosalba Carriera
  • Carriera was born in Venice, which remained her favorite city despite her occasionl journeys elsewhere. She is of particular art historical importance because she popularized the pastel portrait. Pastels were first used for making copies of oil painntings...
  • Women in Art- Sofonisba Anguissola
  • Sofonisba was one of the first women to gain a international reputation as a painter. She studied under Campi until he moved away and this established a precedent of encouraging male painters to take on female students.
  • Women in Art, Rosa Bonheur
  • Women in Art, Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Rosa Bonheur
  • Women in art
  • Site containing information and links of 30 selected female artists.
  • Women in Art: The New Generation  Indonesian Heritage
    In the last two decades many more women have attended the art academies in Yogyakarta, Bandung and Jakarta. In addition, many would-be female artists have trained in art departments at the Teacher Training Colleges (IKIP) located in the nation's major...
  • Women's Art Women in Art
  • This Womens Page provides information about women in art and women on the net
  • WWotW Graphics Links and Credits
  • WWotW Graphics Credits and Links As you may have noticed, we here at wwotw absolutely adore women in art! Here are some of the best sites on the net for artists who really know how to paint women
  • ZapMe!(TM) netspace - Art - Women in Art
  • An excellent resource for finding the women of the art world on the Internet.  more hits from:
  • ZapMe!(TM) netspace - Art - Women in Art - Kahlo ZapMe!(TM) netspace offers some great sites about Kahlo's life and her artwork that has left a great impression in contemporary art.
  • ZapMe!(TM) netspace - Art - Women in Art - O'Keeffe
  • Learn more about the unique work of Georgia O'Keeffe.