British Women Artists: From Suffrage to the Sixties by Carolyn Trant


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The story of modern British art history told through the stories of its women. Consider for a moment the history of modern art in Britain; you may struggle to land on a narrative that features very many women. On this journey through a fascinating period of social change, artist Carolyn Trant fills in some of the gaps in traditional art histories. Introducing the lives and works of a rich network of neglected women artists, ‘British Women Artists’ sets these alongside such renowned presences as Barbara Hepworth, Laura Knight, and Winifred Nicholson.

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