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Bas Bleus

Bas Bleu: noun, pl bas bleus; a bluestocking; intellectual woman (World English Dictionary). Bluestockings is a colonial term for a woman writer. It's origin is from Europe where the term was used to describe women who were interested in the literary world and not the normal duties of the day. “Strengthen the female mind by enlarging it, and there will be an end to blind obedience.” ~Mary Wollstonecraft (1759–1797) Eighteenth-century British writer, philosopher & advocate of women's rights.


Bas Bleus

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I'M REVOLTING

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cicely mary barker

Flutterby Patch: More than Flower Fairies

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cicely mary barker

Flutterby Patch: More than Flower Fairies

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Balanced Pacific Sheets 1948 John Gannam

Edgar Maxence (French, 1871-1954), Femme de profil lisant, 1914. Charcoal, watercolour and gouache on paper, 64 x 51.5 cm. - #ARTEmisiaLegge - @Libriamo Tutti

Swiss Genre Painter Albert Anker (1831-1910)

Portrait of the Artist's Daughter, Julie Manet, at Gorey, 1886, by Berthe Morisot.

Christian Krohg

Finding time for a book....

Rosie's Ramblings: Everyday femininity

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Gyula Benczúr

Elin Danielson-Gambogi

'Lili Reading' by Theodore Earl Butler (early 1900s)

Reading and Art: Theodore Earl Butler

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Reading by Nakamura Daizaburo. #reading, #books

Norman Rockwell

elvira locarni (bitter_lemons) on Myspace

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Late Summer (1924). Herman Wessel (USA, 1878-1969). Oil on canvas. Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Harold Knight- Girl Reading 1932

Claude Monet, 1872

Abraham van Strij - Reading old woman at window.

'Signora che legge alla luce mattutina' di Carl von Marr (1858 – 1936)

A Woman Reading - Claude Monet

Lucas van Leyden

Robert Emil Stubner (1874-1931)

"A Good Book". Wybrand Hendriks (Dutch painter, 1744-1831)

Reading by Lamplight - Delphin Enjolras

Auguste Toulmouche (1829-1890) 'Dans La Bibliothèque' (1872).