A world of our own: women as artists since the Renaissance
This stirring account documents the centuries-long struggle of gifted women who confronted the exclusionary tactics of a male-dominated art establishment but pressed ahead undaunted to gain public acceptance as sought-after professional artists.
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preface Why women?
chapter l OUT OF THE SHADOWS 15001600
chapter 3 OBJECTS OF FASCINATION 17501850
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Alice Neel altarpieces amateurs ambitious Angelica Kauffman Anna Anne Forbes art schools art world Artemisia Gentileschi avant-garde Barbara Hepworth Barbara Longhi became Berthe Morisot Bologna born career century circle commissions Constance Mayer contemporary convent copy Cosway court daughter detail developed died drawing Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun Elisabetta Sirani encouraged engraving exhibited father Fede Galizia female artists feminine France French Gallery genre girls Giulia Lama history paintings honours huge husband ideas Jopling Judith Judy Chicago Katharine Read ladies landscape Lavinia Fontana Leyster living London Louise male artists Maria van Oosterwijck Marie Bashkirtseff marriage married Mary Beale Mary Cassatt mother offered Oil on canvas Paris pastel patrons Photo Plautilla Nelli portrait painter portraiture produced profession professional Properzia Queen Rachel Ruysch religious reputation Rome Rosalba Royal Academy Salon sculpture Self-portrait sister Sofonisba Anguissola status studio subject matter success Surrealists talent taught teacher took Vasari woman women artists wrote