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Author: Alicia Foster
Publisher: London : Tate ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Harry N. Abrams, 2004.
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"The Tate Collection houses work by over 250 women artists spanning five centuries. In this celebration of women's creative endeavor, Alicia Foster explores the achievement of these artists. Those included range from the famous to the little known, from Mary Beale to Tracy Emin, from Eileen Agar to Rachel Whiteread." "In four chronological introductory essays Alicia Foster discusses the changes in the position of  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Foster, Alicia.
Tate women artists.
London : Tate ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Harry N. Abrams, 2004
(OCoLC)607440199
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alicia Foster
ISBN: 1854373110 9781854373113
OCLC Number: 51235636
Description: 272 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm
Contents: Women and the Tate --
Beginnings --
Victorians --
twentieth century --
Women working now --
Artists acquired 1998-2000 --
Women whose prints are in the Tate Collection.
Other Titles: Women artists
Responsibility: Alicia Foster.

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"The Tate Collection houses work by over 250 women artists spanning five centuries. In this celebration of women's creative endeavor, Alicia Foster explores the achievement of these artists. Those included range from the famous to the little known, from Mary Beale to Tracy Emin, from Eileen Agar to Rachel Whiteread." "In four chronological introductory essays Alicia Foster discusses the changes in the position of women artists from the eventeenth century, when they were restricted in their choice of subject matter and medium and achieved little recognition, to the present-day art world, which encompasses an array of women painters, sculptors, conceptual artists, and video and film-makers. The author brings the latest critical analysis to bear on women's art, introducing the major developments in its history, its interpretation and reception."--Jacket.

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