The Artist was a woman: women artists, 1550-1950

United States, 1980

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A comprehensive and chronological review of the work of known women artists over four hundred years from the Renaissance to mid-twentieth century. Germaine Greer comments upon the research undertaken and the difficulties involved in locating works of the women artists. Questions the way in which art history has been written. Suitable for upper secondary level.

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