CDR-1321: SR Set: Women Artists: 19th Century to Present

Women Artists: 19th Century to Present is intended as a continuation of our earlier set of Women Artists (CDR-1052). By the 19th century women were finding a greater freedom to formally study art and were gaining greater access to academies. Women like Julia Margaret Cameron were notable among the early practitioners of the new medium of photography. As the 19th century advanced, and certainly into the 20th century, female artists were more apparent as practitioners of significant artistic styles and movements. This Scholars Resource Set (listing the artists alphabetically) exhibits the range of skill and creativity of not only the pioneering female artists, but those working today, who no longer need to be qualified as 'women artists.'