Galerie l’Atelier d’Artistes presents over forty works – paintings, drawings and photographs – made by women artists from the early eighteenth to the twentieth century. From Angelica Kaufmann to Madeleine Lemaire via Marie-Elisabeth Lemoine; from Anna Atkins to Dora Maar without forgetting Julia Margaret Cameron, they are painters or photographers, both sometimes, known or unknown … In recent years, women artists have emerged from the shadows where they have been too often confined. The exhibition pays tribute to those creators who finally gain public recognition through the work of museums and galleries. This visibility was acquired only recently because before...
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