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Barbara Hepworth for an international women's day exhibition curated by spyclopse

Barbara Hepworth for an international women's day exhibition curated by spyclopse

Another ode to Barbara

Another ode to Barbara

Spring, Botanic Gardens, 1950 by John Duncan Fergusson (Scottish 1874–1961)

Spring, Botanic Gardens, 1950 by John Duncan Fergusson (Scottish 1874–1961)

Conversation (1916) by Vanessa Bell (1879-1961), English painter and interior designer, a member of the Bloomsbury group and the sister of Virginia Woolf. She was encouraged by the Post-Impressionist exhibitions organized by Roger Fry and she copied their bright colors and bold forms in her artworks. In 1914, she turned to abstraction. Bell rejected the examples of Victorian narrative painting and rejected a discourse on the ideal and aberrant qualities of femininity - (WikiArt)

Conversation (1916) by Vanessa Bell (1879-1961), English painter and interior designer, a member of the Bloomsbury group and the sister of Virginia Woolf. She was encouraged by the Post-Impressionist exhibitions organized by Roger Fry and she copied their bright colors and bold forms in her artworks. In 1914, she turned to abstraction. Bell rejected the examples of Victorian narrative painting and rejected a discourse on the ideal and aberrant qualities of femininity - (WikiArt)

From brilliant Kiev-born Nathalie Parain (née Natalia Tchelpanova) who illustrated children's books and had an excellent, totally personal style that I have to look further into.

From brilliant Kiev-born Nathalie Parain (née Natalia Tchelpanova) who illustrated children's books and had an excellent, totally personal style that I have to look further into.

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