I did this today.
This blog features a series of portraits of women painters, mostly from the 1800s, like the self-portrait of Morisot shown above. Do have a look.
In my current fine art work, Growth Series, I explore the meandering travels, patterns and textures of consuming growth. I am drawn to lush environments in which natural foliage has grown to envelop a space. Mosses, lichens and grasses become agents of transformation; they cover the surface like a blanket and seem to radiate with life.
— Jessie Fair
Jessie Fair’s website is here.
“If a woman makes a choice, that men* question, undermine, and restrict – if, in short, her choices cause kerniption in the patrisphere…
Then likely as not, that is a feminist choice.
Like reproductive autonomy.
Like financial independence.
Like eschewing a pornified aesthetic in favour of comfort and individuality.
Marie Laurencin was a bisexual French painter and printmaker who lived from 1883 to 1956.
Wikipedia has an article about her citing the usual critical bollocks about a “feminine aesthetic”.
Laurencin is the only painter I’ve seen praised for “painting like a woman”.
Because this was just too good to keep to myself.
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