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Author Hodge, Susie, 1960- author.

Title The short story of women artists : a pocket guide to movements, works, breakthroughs & themes / Susie Hodge.

Publication Info. London : Laurence King Publishing, 2020.
©2020
1 hold on first copy returned of 1 copy
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 Nichols Adult Nonfiction-NEW  709.252 HOD    DUE 06-22-21
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Description 224 pages : illustrations (color) ; 21 cm
Contents Movements. Renaissance ; Mannerism ; Dutch Golden Age ; Baroque ; Rococo ; Neoclassicism ; Naturalism ; Impressionism ; Post-Impressionism ; Art Nouveau ; Expressionism ; Cubism ; Futurism ; "Rayonism ; Constructivism ; Suprematism ; Dada ; Harlem Renaissance ; Surrealism ; Art deco ; Concrete art ; Abstract expressionism ; Op art ; Pop art ; Nouveau Realisme ; Feminist art ; Performance art ; Conceptual art -- The works. Self-portrait at eh Easel / Sonfonisba Auguissola ; Noli Me Tangere / Lavinia Fontana ; Still Life with Cheese, Artichoke and Cherries / Clara Peeters ; The Jolly Drinker / Judith Leyster ; Self-portrait as the Allegory of Painting / Artemisia Gentileschi ; Timoclea Killing the Thracian Captain / Elisabetta Sirani ; Still Life with Flowers in a Glass Vase / Rachel Ruysch ; Self-portrait Holding a Portrait of Her Sister / Rosalba Carriera ; The Judgement of Paris / Angelica Kauffman -- Self-portrait with Two Pupils / Adelaide Labille-Guiard ; Madame Vigee-Lebrun and Her Daughter, Jeanne-Lucie-Louise / Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun ; Conversation Piece / Lilly Martin Spencer ; Hiawatha / Edmonia Lewis ; The Mother and Sister of the Artist / Berthe Morisot ; Scotland Forever! / Elizabeth Thompson, Lady Butler ; Blue Interior / Harriet Backer ; Cattle at Rest on a Hillside in the Alps / Rosa Bonheur ; Vertumnus and Pomona / Camille Claudel ; The Child's Birth / Mary Cassatt ; The Love Potion / Evelyn De Morgan ; Outbreak / Kathe Kollwitz ; The Sculptress Clara Rilke-Westhoff / Paula Modersohn-Becker ; The Ten Largest, No.2, Childhood, Group IV / Hilma af Klint ; Apollinaire and His Friends / Marie Laurencin ; Cyclist / Natalia Goncharova ; Composition with Figures / Lyubov Popova ; Self-portrait wit Black Background / Helene Schjerfbeck ; The Blue Room / Suzanne Valadon ; High Finance / Hannah Hoch ; Shell No. I / Georgia O'Keeffe ; Portrait of Ekaterina Serebriakova, the Daughter of the Artist / Zinaida Serebriakova ; Across the Yarra / Clarice Beckett ; Three Girls / Amrita Sher-Gil ; Portrait of Mildred Myers Oldden / Alice Neel ; The Broken Column / Frida Kahlo ; Composition / Lee Krasner ; Sharecropper / Elizabeth Catlett ; Ulu's Pants / Leonora Carrington ; Homage to Greece / Agnes Martin ; Untitled / Mira Schendel ; The Bay / Helen Frankenthaler ; Untitled, or Not Yet / Eva Hesse ; Three figures from Family of Man / Barbara Hepworth ; Springtime in Washington / Alma Thomas ; The Dinner Party / Judy Chicago ; The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist / Guerrilla Girls ; Certain Day / Bridget Riley ; Ghost / Rachel Whiteread ; The Wounded Shooting Star (L'Estel Ferit) / Rebecca Horn ; Plan / Jenny Saville ; Dancing Ostriches from Disney's 'Fantasia' / Paula Rego ; Retopistics: a Renegade Excavation / Julie Mehretu ; Giant Crouching Spider / Louise Bourgeois ; Picturesque (Panel III: Of Your) / Kara Walker ; Nature morte aux grenades / Mona Hatoum ; Invasion / Martha Rosler ; Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity / Yayoi Kusama ; The Artist is Present / Marina Abramovic ; Dress-stage / Rosemarie Trockel ; We are Free to Choose, but We Are Not Free from the Consequences of Our Choices: Arrival & Departure / Lin Jingjing -- Breakthroughs. Striving for equality ; Rejecting 'woman as object' ; The Ontbijtje ; Accademia delle Arti del Disegno ; Independence ; Breadwinner ; The Royal Academy ; Peintre des Mesdames ; The Academic Royale ; Celebrating the female ; Vocation ; The sisterhood ; Contradicting 'the passive sex' ; The salon ; Supporting other female artist ; A female viewpoint ; Women's crafts ; Changing opinions ; Abstract art ; Assertiveness ; Roman prizes ; Rejecting male authority ; Challenging contempt ; Questioning Democracies -- Themes. Self-portraits ; Identity ; Religion ; History ; The senses ; Women's work ; Gender ; Heritage ; Nature ; Individuality ; Body image ; The nude ; Memory ; Confrontation ; Anger ; Transformation ; Race ; The environment ; Conflict ; Empathy.
Summary The Short Story of Women Artists' tells the full history - from the breakthroughs that women have made in pushing for parity with male artists, to the important contributions made to otherwise male-dominated artistic movements, and the forgotten and obscured artists who are now being rediscovered and reassessed. 0Accessible, concise and richly illustrated, the book reveals the connections between different periods, artists and styles, giving readers a thorough understanding and broad enjoyment of the full achievements that female artists have made.
Subject Women artists.
Women artists -- History.
ISBN 9781786276551 (paperback)
1786276550 (paperback)
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