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Women in Art

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Women in Art

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Vintage German Ad, 1950s

Vintage German Ad, 1950s - Found in Mom's Basement

Zuleika, c. 1906

The Green Dancer - Edgar Degas.

Art Nouveau Gorgeous piece of art!

Alphonse Mucha, The Trappistine, 1897

From Pomegranate's Art Nouveau 2014 Calendar

From Pomegranate's Art Nouveau 2014 Calendar

From Pomegranate's Art Nouveau 2014 Calendar

from the Reading Woman 2014 Calendar

Pomegranate Communications

Pomegranate Communications

Edgar Degas, The Milliners, c. 1882 notecard

The Milliners Notecard

Odilon Redon, Baronne de Domecy, c. 1900 notecard

felixinclusis: psychotic-art: Queen Bee, by Lea Bradovich.

Amleto Dalla Costa 1980’s

Odalisque by Robert Duncan from An Opening of the Field:Jess, Robert Duncan, and Their Circle

By Natalia Goncharova, 1911, Portrait of a Woman.

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The Queen of Sheba Notecard Published with the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin. All rights reserved

The Queen of Sheba Notecard

The Reading Woman II Book of Postcards

Edouard Manet Boxed Notecards

John Everett Millais (English, 1829–1896) was a child prodigy who at age eleven was admitted to the prestigious school of the Royal Academy of Arts. Painted in 1851, The Bridesmaid is a fine example of the almost photographic quality favored by Millais during this period. Its style stands in contrast to that of The Farmer’s Daughter, painted around 1863; the latter’s bolder, more expressive brushwork is evidence of the shift in style Millais underwent in the 1860s.

John William Waterhouse, The Lady of Shalott, Poster

My Sweet Rose, by John William Waterhouse, Poster

Small address book with Claude Monet’s “La Japonaise”—Camille Monet in Japanese costume—on the front cover.

The Blue Gown (notecard), by Frederick Carl Frieseke, 1917. Published with the Detroit Institute of Arts.

The Blue Gown Notecard