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Voicing our visions: (writings by women artists )

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Excerpts from private diaries, letters, essays, articles, poems, stories, and aesthetic manifestoes reveal the personal and aesthetic issues that have shaped the lives of an impressive cast of creative women, including Judy Chicago, Mary Cassatt, Frida Kahlo, Rosa Bonheur, and Georgia O'Keefe. Each chapter is illustrated with an example (in b&w) of the artist's work.
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Rosa Bonheur, 1822-1899 — Harriet Hosmer, 1830-1908 — Berthe Morisot, 1841-1895 — Mary Cassatt, 1844-1926 — Cecilia Beaux, 1855-1942 — Marie Bashkirtseff, 1858?-1884 — Marianne Werefkin, 1860-1938 — Kèathe Kollwitz, 1867-1945 — Emily Carr, 1871-1945 — Paula Modersohn-Becker, 1876-1907 — Georgia O'Keeffe, 1887-1986 — Kay Sage, 1898-1963 — Irene Rice Pereira, 1902-1971 — Barbara Hepworth, 1903-1975 — Frida Kahlo, 1907-1954 — Leonora Carrington, b. 1917 — Pablita Velarde, b. 1918 — Elizabeth Catlett, b. 1919 — Faith Ringgold, b. 1930 — Judy Chicago, b. 1939.

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(writings by women artists )
New York :
Women artists
Women artists -- Public opinion.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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