More than three hundred women from five continents ‘take’ several museums in Paris

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More than three hundred women, artists, creators, painters, sculptors, have ‘taken’ several Parisian museums proposing to review, through their works and ‘tutors’, the position of women in the new directions of the modern Art, during two centuries.

Curated by Martine Lacas, the
Luxembourg Museum
proposes a trip to the ‘birth of a combat’, the recognition of the status of the woman artist, painter, ‘Women painters, 1780 – 1830. Birth of a combat’. Through the work of about twenty women with arms and brushes, take, starting with emblematic figures, such as Constance Mayer, Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun, Adélaïde Labille-Guiard, Marie-Guillemine Benoît, Angélique Mongez or Marie-Denise Villers, among others. , the visitor discovers roughly a poorly explored landscape in the stories

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