Gabriele Münter is known by her relationship with Kandinsky, in whose shadow she lived for almost fifteen years (in part for lack of self-confidence, but mostly due to the understanding of the female's role prevailing at that time). However, she was one of the few women who played an important part in the development of… Continue reading Who was Gabriele Münter?
Mary Kelly is an American conceptual artist, educator and writer. She has made an extensive contribution to the feminist discourse through her narrative installations and theoretical writings. During the 1970’s her work was dedicated to her experiences of pregnancy and child raising as Antepartum (1973) and Post-Partum Document (1973-79). Her works have been exhibited all… Continue reading Post-Partum Document by Mary Kelly
Julie Manet was born in Paris in 1878. She was the only daughter of the Impressionist painter Berthe Morisot and her husband Eugène Manet, the younger brother of the painter Édouard Manet. She is famous because throughout her life she posed as model for her mother and uncle as well as for other Impressionists painters.… Continue reading ArtREview: Journal by Julie Manet
Mary Cassatt was an American painter and printmaker born in Pennsylvania, however she lived in France many years. There she befriended artists as Edgar Degas and exhibited with the Impressionist group. The French art critic Gustave Geffroy told in 1894 that Cassatt was one of les trois grandes dames of Impressionism alongside Berthe Morisot and… Continue reading On this day… was born Mary Cassatt
According to Greek mythology, the Amazons were a tribe of women warriors, considered brutal, aggressive and whose main concern in life was the war. Herodotus affirmed that they lived on the banks of the Thermodon River, and according to Diodorus they were inhabitants of Ancient Libya long before settled along the Thermodon. Some writers, as… Continue reading Who were the Amazons?