The Art Department at The Immaculate Heart College, 1955 where recognised Pop art artist and Roman Catholic nun Corita Kent worked t.co/yTl7T3awNG

Jeanne Mammen, Aschermittwoch, (ca. 1926), German artist who captured the nightclubs, cafés, bohemians, dancers and intellectuals of the Weimar period t.co/14JbODC7ge

'Point Blocks, Low Rises' by contemporary artist Louise Hayward, a member of the Society of Wood Engravers (SWE) and a fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE) t.co/PMYYRXS8tq

Women paint their clothes with red in protest against the J. Marion Sims statue in New York, known as the “father of modern gynaecology” the protestors highlighted the doctor performed painful surgeries on enslaved black women without consent or anaesthesia t.co/h54Xat1GxE

Edith Meusnier, French textile and environmental artist who uses the ancient technique of plaiting and Språng (braiding on stretched threads) t.co/JQY2CYOao3

Nigerian artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby creates layered figurative compositions referencing the historical, political, personal t.co/gVqg9xR2I5

Rebecca Matibe, acclaimed South African master crafter known for her skill making traditional Venda pots, coiled and patterned with graphite and red oxide. Venda pottery goes back to the 14th and 15th centuries, t.co/UjobYa1pXr

Interior with a Table, 1921 by painter Vanessa Bell Post-Impressionism painter and sister of Virginia Woolf . t.co/nfoBwiiHby

'You Blew Me Away 8' by sculptor Penny Hardy, sculpture made from found bits of scrap metal, used to create a piece which signifies renewed life and energy t.co/fkUhZZv3o5

Contemporary English artist Tamsin Abbott 'The Song of Wandering Aengus' painted and engraved stained glass artwork, inspired by the poem by W.B. Yates

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Judith Slaying Holofernes (1614–20) by Artemisia Gentileschi, considered one of the most accomplished of Italian Baroque painters t.co/3w3r5NxOZZ

Palestinian Karimeh Abbud (1896-1955), believed to be the first female photojournalist in the Arab world t.co/R5a0gwmCip

(Abigail) May Alcott Nieriker (1840 – 1879), US artist and the youngest sister of 'Little Women' author Louisa May Alcott t.co/WFphf8UcPe

עוד
Toootim

Toootim is for toootin'
(Main instance language is Hebrew)

מצטרפות/ים חדשות למסטודון מוזמנות בחום לעיין במדריך "ברוכות הבאות למסטודון".