Eighteenth Century Women Artists
Celebrating the work of women who had the tenacity and skill to succeed against the odds, Eighteenth-Century Women Artists examines the careers and lives of female artists through an age when the opportunity to pursue an interest in art was only open to men.
Society expected women to marry and become mothers, so choosing a career as a professional artist was a controversial choice but if you had the talent and the work ethic, success was possible.
Including over 50 coloured images from artists such as Angelica Kauffman and Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun alongside commentary about their work, author Caroline Chapman considers artists' studios, the print market, how the art was sold and the rise of the lady amateur.
|Dimensions||24.2 x 16.5 cm|
|Publisher||Unicorn Publishing Group|
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