y Baró (1830-1913): Tangerian Beauty [Bellesa de Tànger], ca. 1891, (detail),
watercolour on paper, 26” x 18.5”, Dahesh Museum of Art, New York, NY, United
States of America, source: theepochtimes.com and daheshmuseum.org.
Hello, all. I’m trying to compile a list of notable women artists, from all countries and time periods, to conclude women’s history month (in the US, anyway!). I think the tumblr community does a great job of highlighting women’s contribution to the STEM fields, literature, history, etc. but I would love to see some more women in the visual arts on this website. I was hoping to do some more posts for women artists in March but time kind of got away from me and this month has been a bit of a mess. Without any further ado, here is my master list of women artists (far from complete, but the most comprehensive one yet!)
We’re saddened by the loss of artist Malick Sidibé, a chronicler of life in post-independence Mali. His photograph Look at Me! is on view now on the fourth floor as part of From the Collection: 1960–1969.