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Artistic Women

Women artists, musicians, composers and crafters of the past.

Aurora Triumphans - Evelyn De Morgan. © Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum

Marianne Stokes (1855-1927) - "The Frog Prince".

artist - Marianne Stokes...The Annunciation

Maddalena Laura Lombardini Sirmen (1745-1818) violinist, harpsichordist, singer and composer.

Louise Gautherot, musician born ca. 1763

Florence Harrison. An illustration to Christina Rossetti's poem 'Goblin Market'.

Emma Florence Harrison was an English Art Nouveau and Pre-Raphaelite illustrator of poetry and children books, who worked in London. Harrison was active as an artist from 1877 – 1925 (possibly as late as 1933) but very little is known of her life, including her dates of birth and death. She worked professionally as Florence Harrison, working in London, and was an exhibitor at the Royal Academy from 1887 – 1891.

Florence Harrison - illustration from "Early Poems" by William Morris

Sophie Gengembre Anderson (1823 – 10 March 1903). The Turtle dove

Marianne Perindelsberger Stokes, St. Elizabeth of Hungary Spinning for the Poor, 1895.

Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale,The Ugly Princess, c. 1902

Emma Sandys, Elaine, c. 1862-5

Rebecca Solomon, The Wounded Dove, watercolor, 1866

Barbara Bodichon, At Ventnor, Isle of Wight, watercolor, 1856

Anna Blunden, 'For only one short hour' (Song of the Shirt), 1854

Lucy Madox Brown, Margaret Roper Rescuing the Head of her Father Sir Thomas More, 1873

Jane Benham Hay, England and Italy, 1859

Joanna Boyce, Bird of God, 1861

Joanna Boyce, Elgiva, 1855

Evelyn de Morgan, Flora, 1894

Evelyn de Morgan, The Hourglass, 1905

Evelyn de Morgan, Portrait of Jane Morris (Study for The Hourglass), colored chalks, c. 1904

Evelyn de Morgan, Dawn (Aurora Triumphans), 1876

Kate Elizabeth Bunce (1890), The Minstrel

Madonna Pietra degli Scrovigni by Marie Spartali Stillman (1884)