Remedios Varo was a Spanish Surrealist artist especially famous for her paintings which have an allegorical nature and a narrative structure that resemble Renaissance art, particularly the work of Hieronymus Bosch. However not many people know about what is to me her more interesting work: De Homo Rodans. De Homo Rodans De Homo Rodans was… Continue reading De Homo Rodans by Remedios Varo
On this day… died Harriet Powers
Hi everyone, let’s start this 2020 remembering the African American slave and folk artist Harriet Powers. She is famous for being a quilt maker who used traditional appliqué (ornamental needlework) techniques to record local legends, biblical stories or astronomical events on her quilts. Harriet Powers in 1901 (Photo credit: Wikimedia commons) Unfortunately, only two of… Continue reading On this day… died Harriet Powers
On this day… was born María Blanchard
María Blanchard was a Spanish painter known for developing a unique style of Cubism. She was born on this day in Santander, a city in the north of Spain. She was born with several physical deformities, including the spine, what was attributed to a fall that her mother suffered during her pregnancy. She was born… Continue reading On this day… was born María Blanchard
Two years! It seems it was yesterday when I started this journey, I remember that my only will was to share with you the story of forgotten women artists that I admire the most. But instead of this I discovered something so much bigger because thanks to this project I could meet people who has… Continue reading Two years!
One year ago, I started this blog with the only will to share the history of forgotten women artists. I didn’t know much about them, and this year was for me an incredible journey of discoveries, research and hours of study. But the truth is that I couldn’t be happier. So, today I want to… Continue reading One year!
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