Hey there! I know I've been a little absent these last weeks, but I couldn't left you without the third interview with a contemporary artist. This time with the Brazilian embroidery and mixed media artist Juliana Naufel I hope you enjoy it! Hi Women’n Art Blog, thank you so much for having me here! My… Continue reading Interview with Contemporary Artist Juliana Naufel
The Holy Family is a subject that became popular in art in the early 16th century, it consists mainly of the Child Jesus, the Virgin Mary and Saint Joseph, but sometimes the artists added other important figure of the Christianity, such as St Baptist, Saint Elizabeth or Saint Catherine of Alexandria. However, the veneration of… Continue reading Holy Family with St Catherine of Alexandria by Lavinia Fontana
Hi everyone, I am very happy to announce the second interview of this new section, especially because I received messages of some of you saying that have loved the first interview and were anxious for the next. This month I want to introduce you to Spanish multidisciplinary artist Diana Larrea. Enjoy it! Caso Público Intrusos,… Continue reading Interview with Contemporary Artist Diana Larrea
Marguerite Gérard was a successful painter and printmaker who worked in the Rococo style. She was born in Grasse, France in 1761, her father was the perfumer Claude Gérard. When she was only eight years old, she became the sister-in-law of Jean-Honoré Fragonard, a prolific painter of French Rococo, and when she was a teenager,… Continue reading Who was Marguerite Gérard?
There were brilliant women artists during the Middle Ages, that unfortunately are completely unknown nowadays, such as Claricia, Diemudus, Ende, Guda, Herrade of Landsberg or Hildegard of Bingen (there is an old post about this last one, click here to read it). During the Early Medieval period, women often worked alongside men. They worked especially… Continue reading Women Artists in the Middle Ages