Voyaging Out: British Women Artists from Suffrage to the Sixties - Carolyn Trant


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In the decades after women won the vote in Britain, the fortunes of women artists were shaped by war, domesticity, continued oppressions and spirited resistance. Some succeeded in forging creative careers; others were thwarted by the odds stacked against them. Weaving devastating individual stories with playful critique, Voyaging Out reveals the lives and works of a rich network of women artists, including renowned presences such as Barbara Hepworth and Laura Knight, in this era of radical activism and great social and political change.

Author: Carolyn Trant
ISBN: 9780500021828
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Format: Hardcover
Number of pages: 304