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French artist Helena Hauss' contemporary ceramics series in porcelain ‘Hell Hath no Fury...’ #WomensArt
'Hibiscus' by contemporary Australian printmaker Rachel Newling #WomensArt
Nature in Britain, 2012 by Su Blackwell, UK artist who creates artworks using paper and books as a medium #WomensArt
The Lovers (mid 20thc) by Remedios Varo, Catalan-Mexican para-surrealist painter and anarchist #WomensArt
Frida Kahlo, Self Portrait with Loose Hair, 1947 with the inscription "Here I painted myself, Frida Kahlo, with my reflection in the mirror. I am 37 years old and this is July, 1947. In Coyoacan, Mexico, the place where I was born". #WomensArt
Ellen Eagle, Mercedes in Red, 2002, US artist, best known for her figure drawings and portraits in pastel #WomensArt
Artist Linda Timmons's stained glass bike wheel #WomensArt
Indian artist Zarina Hashmi, Home Is a Foreign Place, 1999 #WomensArt
Contemporary artist and printmaker Myrtle Pizzey #WomensArt
'Woman wiring an early IBM computer' from the 'Documenting Science' series (1938-58) by photographer Berenice Abbott #WomensArt #MondayMotivation
Design, 1928, by Gunta Stölzl, textile artist fundamental to the development of the Bauhaus weaving workshop #WomensArt
South African artist Mary Sibande, … of Prosperity, 2011 mixed media installation #WomensArt
Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun (1755-1842), French portrait painter. Her subjects included Marie Antoinette She enjoyed the patronage of European aristocrats, actors, writers, and was elected to art academies in ten cities #WomensArt
Constructing 'The Willow Man', Bridgwater Somerset, by Serena de la Hey, innovator in the field of willow sculptures #WomensArt
Morgantown Tree, 2013 temporary crochet installation by textile artist Carol Hummel #WomensArt
The Flag, 1918 by Georgia O Keeffe #WomensArt
Katharine Hepburn on a skateboard, photo by her nephew Jack during an outing in Beverly Hills.... #Badass #WomensArt
In memory of UK sculptor Heather Jansch (1948- August 2021) known especially for her beautiful driftwood horse sculptures, RIP #WomensArt
Life size driftwood horse sculptures by contemporary UK artist Heather Jansch #WomensArt
Queen of Diamonds (1909) by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, one of the defining artists of the "Glasgow Style" #WomensArt
Turkish antique embroidery, artist unknown #WomensArt
Contemporary Brazilian Illustrator and artist Anna Cunha #WomensArt
The Harbor for Mending Hearts (2019) by Sonja Henderson, a safe, nurturing tent space made of quilts, which offers the chance to stitch lives and lineage back together #WomensArt
Wahida Faizi, Afghan journalist who was head of the Women Journalist Section of the Afghan Journalists Safety Committee (2015- August 2021) who was forced to escape deadly Taliban violence against female proffesionals, currently among refugees in Europe #WomensArt
Ulla Stina Wikander, Swedish designer who uses household appliances and cooking tools as the base to her cross-stitched sculptures #WomensArt
Katharine Hepburn was not only a great US actor but also aided in liberating fashion styles for Western women. From the 1930s and 40s she helped popularise trouser wearing, a sign of emancipated womanhood #WomensArt
Emillie Ferris, contemporary English embroidery artist #WomensArt
From the neon series by contemporary South Korean artist Jung Lee #WomensArt
Mary Lowndes (1856-1929), British stained-glass artist and suffragette, founder member of The Artists' Suffrage League, 1907 who produced posters, postcards and embroidered banners for the cause #WomensArt
'Twisting and turning' by UK textile artist Rachel Wright, machine embroidered on calico with various fabrics #WomensArt
'Mushroom Medley´ by artist and photographer Jill Bliss who explores and documents the coastal forests of the Pacific Northwest, creating nature-inspired work #WomensArt
Women in their Sunday best. Marshall, Texas. 1899, by Gabriele Münter, known as a German expressionist painter, she was also a photographer who spent a period of time in the U.S. #WomensArt
Sherd Jar with Star by award-winning Native American Hopi pottery artist Rainy Naha #WomensArt
'The secret Garden' by Kimika Hara, contemporary hand embroiderer from Japan #WomensArt
Ruxx Naqvi, contemporary British street photographer #WomensArt
Celia Castro, La poda /The pruning (late 19thc/early 20thc), first professional female artist in Chile #WomensArt
Contemporary textile artist Isabel Moore #WomensArt
"Art is the only place you can do what you like. That's freedom" - Portuguese artist Paula Rego #WomensArt
San Francisco photographer Beth Moon documents the oldest, largest, and rarest trees in the world #WomensArt
PEG - Profanity Embroidery Group, Whitstable, UK, a group of women who formed a group for stitching and swearing #WomensArt
An early work by Annie Taylor from PEG - Profanity Embroidery Group, Whitstable, UK, known for their stitching and swearing #WomensArt
'Roses are red' by Vicky Oldfield, contemporary UK printmaker #WomensArt
US Female Workers in the Steel Industry, World War II, by photographer Margaret Bourke-White #WomensArt
Indian artist Bharti Kher, Squaring the circle, 2007, artwork created using thousands of bindis #WomensArt
'Rainbows all around' by Betsy Walton, contemporary US artist and illustrator #WomensArt
Tattooed porcelain figurines by contemporary Scotland-based artist Jessica Harrison #WomensArt
Photographer Helen Levitt, Two Children Dancing, New York, 1940 #WomensArt
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