The Feminist Critique of Art History

Gouma-Peterson, Thalia; Mathews, Patricia
September 1987
Art Bulletin;Sep87, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p326
Academic Journal
Examines the art criticism and art history from a feminist perspective. Information on the emergence of feminism in art and art history; Themes of the women's art works; Details on the first-generation feminist art criticism.


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