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Gail-Nina Anderson Lecture Series - Women Artists 2/3
France in the 19th century saw a new wave of opportunities for the female artist, within both established styles and also such avant-garde innovations as Impressionism. Rosa Bonheur, Marie Bracquemond, Eva Gonzalès, Berthe Morisot and the American Mary Cassatt all produced and exhibited work that challenged the expectations of what a woman might achieve, exploring new techniques (including print-making), styles and innovative influences.
The final lecture in the series is:
Monday 18th June, 6pm - Woman Artists in Victorian Britain
Picture (right) Mary Cassatt, The Letter
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