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Women Artists: Recognition and Reappraisal from the Early Middle Ages to… (original 1976; edition 1976)

by Karen Petersen

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Title:Women Artists: Recognition and Reappraisal from the Early Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century
Authors:Karen Petersen
Info:Harpercollins (1976), Edition: 1st, Paperback, 212 pages
Collections:UNCO 11-26
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Women Artists: Recognition and Reappraisal from the Early Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century (Colophon Books) by Karen Petersen (1976)

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In myths about the invention of art, the first artist is sometimes named as Kora, the daughter of the potter Dibutade, a young maiden who was moved to sketch the shadow of her lover on the wall before he went off to war . . . This myth - and many others about women artists - our book wishes to reconsider.
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