This is the question I have for you today. Lately, many museums are hosting solo exhibitions of women artists and having more works by women on permanent display. Is this a sign that finally women are achieving their deserved place in the museums? Still Life with Flowers, a Silver-gilt Goblet, Dried Fruit, Sweetmeats, Bread sticks,… Continue reading Are women artists finding their place in museums?
In 18th Century there was many women that achieved recognition as professional artists: Angelica Kauffmann, Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun, Adélaïde Labille-Guiard, Rosalba Carriera, Mary Moser just to name a few. So, the question is: Why was the eighteenth century such a favorable period for women to develop a career as artists? To help us understand… Continue reading ArtReview: 18th Century Women Artists by Caroline Chapman
Hello everyone, I am here to give to you very excited news! I’ve been preparing something very special to all of you: the Women’n Art Bookmark Collection!! It is a collection of bookmarks of your favourite women artists. Amazing, isn’t it? It will be 10 bookmarks of 10 self-portraits made by 10 relevant women to… Continue reading The Women’n Art Bookmark Collection
Angelica Kauffman (as she is usually known in English) or Maria Anna Angelika Kauffmann was a Swiss Neoclassical painter who developed a successful career in England and in Italy. She was a very skilled portraitist, landscape and decoration painter, but her most important works are undoubtedly the historical paintings. Kauffman was one of the two… Continue reading Who was Angelica Kauffman?
Cleopatra is one of the best-known women who had an important role in history. She is famous for being the queen of Egypt, for her relationship with two military generals of Roman Empire and for dying from an asp bite. Her story was told in books, films, ballets and in many paintings. Cleopatra VII Philopator… Continue reading Cleopatra