Emily Dickinson -- From the daguerreotype taken at Mount Holyoke, December 1846 or early 1847. This is the only authenticated portrait of her after childhood. The premier American female poet.

Emily Dickinson -- From the daguerreotype taken at Mount Holyoke, December 1846 or early This is the only authenticated portrait of her after childhood. The premier American female poet.

Ana Mendieta. "Untitled (Silueta Series, Mexico)" (1973–77/printed 1991). (via artic.edu)

paintedout: Ana Mendieta, Imagen de Yagul, from the series Silueta Works in Mexico 1973

Ana Mendieta

Ana Mendieta y la posmodernidad

from the series Silueta Works in Mexico by Ana Mendieta

Ana Mendieta - Feathers on a Woman, University of Iowa, 1972 source: spectrumvivace

Ana Mendieta - Feathers on a Woman, University of Iowa, 1972 source: spectrumvivace

Ana Mendieta - Documentation of an untitled work (1972. c.)

ana mendieta series

fuckyeahbeardedladies: “ Ana Mendieta Untitled (Facial Hair Transplants), 1972 In these performative self-portraits taken in the final stages of her master’s degree (in painting, but that’s a.

“Alma Woodsey Thomas developed her signature style — large, abstract paintings filled with dense, irregular patterns of bright colors — in her 70s,” writes the National Museum of Women in the Arts. “Thomas became an important role model for women, African-Americans, and older artists. She was the first African-American woman to have a solo exhibition at New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art, and she exhibited her paintings at the White House three times.” Thomas battled the double…

White House Art: Colors From a World of Black and White

Untitled (Blood and Feathers), 1974 by Ana Mendieta

Ana Mendieta: in pictures

Raquelin Mendieta remembers her sister and the indelible mark she left on art.

Alma Thomas (1891–1978), Mars Dust, 1972. Acrylic on canvas, 69 1/4 × 57 1/8 in. (175.9 × 145.1 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase, with funds from The Hament Corporation 72.58

Alma Thomas Mars Dust, Acrylic on canvas, 69 × 57 in. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase, with funds from The Hament Corporation

Faith Ringgold, 'Woman Freedom Now (Political Posters),' 1971, ACA Galleries

Available for sale from ACA Galleries, Faith Ringgold, Woman Freedom Now (Political Posters) Cut paper, 30 × 20 in

Works in Progress - NYTimes.com

Works in Progress

A very small sampling of the female artists now in their and we should have known about decades ago.

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