American women artists, 1830-1930

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International Exhibitions Foundation for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1987 - Painting, American - 256 pages
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Eleanor Tufts
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Harriet Hosmer Selected Bibliography
American Women artists: 1830-1930. With introductory essays by Gail Levin, Alessandra Comini and Wanda M. Corn. Washington dc: The National Museum of Women ...
artsci.wustl.edu/ ~artarch/ womenartists/ 19th_Century/ Hosmer/ hosmer_selected.html

urn:taro:smu.00022 Eleanor Tufts papers A Guide to the Collection ...
Dr. Tufts was the curator of American Women Artists, 1830-1930, the exhibition that opened the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, dc, ...
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Emma Fordyce macrae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[5] In 1987, her painting of a Venetian cafe was part of a show called "American Women Artists, 1830-1930," displayed at the National Museum of Women in the ...
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The "New Woman" Revised "endnotes"
Information on the artists comes from the catalog, Eleanor Tufts, American Women Artists, 1830-1930 (Washington, dc: International Exhibitions Foundation ...
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