Old mistresses: women, art, and ideology
A radical new approach to art history assesses the role of women in the study of the fine arts, challenging the male-oriented prejudices of art historians and revaluating the work of women artists
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abstract Academy American Anonymous art history art practice Artemisia Gentileschi avant-garde beauty Berthe Morisot bourgeois child colour contemporary contradictions craft creativity critics culture daughter decorative diaries Document domestic dominant eighteenth eighteenth-century Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun Elisabetta Sirani embroidery Eva Hesse exhibition female nude feminine stereotype feminist art Fini forms Frankenthaler genre Gwen John Harriet Hosmer Helen Frankenthaler history of art Hosmer ideology institutions Judith Judith Leyster Labille-Guyard language Leonor Fini lives male artists Marisol Mary masculine meanings modern art Morisot mother movement Museum nature needlework nineteenth century Nochlin notion objects oil on canvas painter Paris pastel patchwork quilt patriarchal picture political portrait position produced professional Renaissance representation represented role sampler sculpture Self-portrait sexual difference significance Sirani social society Sofonisba Anguissola status still-life stitch structure style Surrealist Sutherland Harris symbolic Three Sisters Playing traditional Valadon Victorian Vigee-Lebrun woman women artists women in art women's art