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Female Painters of the Hudson River School, Part Two

    Back in March, I wrote a piece for Daily Art about female artists of the Hudson River School movement. I liked the idea so much that I decided to write a follow-up featuring five more artists, also for Daily Art. You can read it at the link below. Female Painters of the Hudson… Continue reading Female Painters of the Hudson River School, Part Two

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Six Female Artists of the Hudson River School

In honor of Women's History Month, my article about female artists of the Hudson River School went live today on Daily Art Daily - the online counterpart to the Daily Art app I've been writing for. My piece features six female landscape painters who worked in nineteenth century America. The inspiration for this article came… Continue reading Six Female Artists of the Hudson River School

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“Ladies’ Night” (The Dinner Party) – Now readable on Artips

Remember a little while ago I talked about how I was going to be writing for awesome French website Artips? Well, I'm excited to report that my piece "Ladies' Night" about Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party was just released today via Artips's email newsletter. If you followed my advice and subscribed to Artips, you should… Continue reading “Ladies’ Night” (The Dinner Party) – Now readable on Artips

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American Art of the Week: Edith Perry at the Window by Lilla Cabot Perry

Lilla Cabot Perry (1848-1933) was an American Impressionist painter who gained inspiration from a wide variety of sources as a result of her world travels. She was most heavily influenced by Claude Monet and other French artists in his circle, but she also lived and studied art in several other European nations as well as… Continue reading American Art of the Week: Edith Perry at the Window by Lilla Cabot Perry