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Re: Watercolor

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Mike Keller (keller)
Sat, 25 Apr 1998 00:05:19 +0000

> Western art has argued - since the beginning - whether sculpture or
> painting is BEST.
> But, the least valued art in the traditional hierarchy is art traditionally
> made by women, such as needlework, quilts, china painting,
> flower-paintings, pastel-drawing and watercolor.

So has Jansen (sp) ever added female artists to the classic Art History text
History of Art in the Western World? (I think that's the title, but you get the
idea) When I studied Art History, the only female artists we studied were
unknown African potters and weavers.

Michael Keller
Old and New Media