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Intrepide - Australian Women Artists in Early Twentieth-Century France

$34.95

It is hard for us to imagine the oppressed lives of single women in the first half of the twentieth century. Yet a few Australian women took a leap into the unknown and carved careers for themselves in Paris. They studied, painted, and haunted galleries and salons.  They were brave, and very determined young ladies. This book examines a selection of some of the best of them, including some who have been all-but forgotten. They were pioneers, role models, fine artists – and they have been neglected. Not any longer.

Author : Clem Gorman & Therese Gorman
Publisher : Monash University Publishing
Publish Date : 1 May 2020
Page : 288
Format : BC - Paperback
Dimensions : 15.3 x 23.4cm 
AGSA Book Club  - May 2021