American Women Artists (1890-1940) on view at Vose Galleries

  • BOSTON, Massachusetts
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  • January 02, 2020

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'The Red House, Gloucester, Massachusetts' by Jane Peterson (1876-1965).
'Taormina, Italy' by Helen K. McCarthy (1884-1927).
'The Green Shade' by Lee Lufkin Kaula (1865-1957).

There are only a few more weeks to view Bringing to Light: American Women Artists (1890-1940), an exhibition featuring works by more than 30 female painters on view at Vose Galleries in Boston. Continuing the galleries long and proud history of supporting women in the arts, the exhibition examines the educational institutions, exhibition networks, and support systems of the 19th century that helped combat the challenges facing women in a male-dominated art world.

Featuring works by Mary Macomber (1861-1916), Lilla Cabot Perry (1848-1933), Elizabeth Nourse (1859-1938), Elizabeth Wentworth Roberts (1871-1927), Lilian Westcott Hale (1880-1963), Edith Cockcroft (1881-1962), Theresa Bernstein (1890-2002), and many more, Bringing to Light: American Women Artists (1890-1940) seeks to elevate the legacy of these notable women painters and to garner the acclaim they so richly deserve. The exhibition is accompanied by a digital catalog, and is viewable online and in the gallery through January 25th, 2020.

Vose Galleries
238 Newbury Street
Boston, Massachusetts
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