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10 Things to Know About Suzanne Valadon

Art history “brownie points” if you’re well-versed on the unconventional life of French painter and vivacious vixen Suzanne Valadon (1865-1938). Never heard of her? Chalk that up to double standards and antiquated notions of propriety. For the most part, Valadon (born Marie-Clementine) didn’t play by the rules. She was a free-spirited Montmarte Bohemian who loved and painted her heart out—not unlike many of her male counterparts. Put Valadon, a bold and talented artist who bucked…

10 Things to Know About Berthe Morisot

“10 Things to Know…” is a new series dedicated to righting HIS-tory by shining a floodlight on extremely talented, yet underrepresented, women in art. Some early accounts of art history leave out glaring details, like the fact that French painter Berthe Morisot (1841-1895) was the only woman to show in the first French Impressionist exhibition. Or that, at one point, she was more successful than Monet and Renoir. Yet, if you ask strangers on the…

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