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More than Muses: A Feminist Guide to Art History - Week Five: Feminim and Art History

19 Apr 2019

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Friday
11:00 – 21:00

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£40/ £38 conc./ £35 Members & Patrons - Individual Weeks
£195/ £185 conc./ £170 Members & Patrons - The entire module (One)
£555/£525 conc./ £480 Members & Patrons - All three modules

The National Gallery

London
England, United Kingdom

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Breaking into the boy’s club is Module one of our three module course ‘More than muses: A feminist guide to art history’.

Why have women artists not achieved the status of their male counterparts? What barriers have they faced and how have some women beaten the odds?

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Allison Deutsch discusses the importance of the work of the late feminist art historian, Linda Nochlin. How did the iconic article, ‘Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?’ impact art history?

After the break, she discusses how the work of feminist art historians has transformed our understanding of 19th-century French women artists, including Rosa Bonheur, Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt, and Eva Gonzalès

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