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Women's life class at the Chase School of Art, 1896, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Women have always played a critical role in advancing the theories, histories, and aesthetics of art. The Archives of American Art, for example, has in its holdings more collections created by women artists than any other repository of its kind. The work of women artists, curators, dealers, and administrators will continue to inform and influence the history of American art.