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Lesson Plans

Re: female artists

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Fri, 16 Aug 1996 10:55:10 -0500 (EST)

In response to your post concerning Art History and women artists: I do
not have a course outline, but can pass on some very good texts dealing
with the history of Women in Art. I have always wanted to do a workshop
or seminar focusing on the work of women artists in our collections.
Maybe I'll write up a proposal, who knows! Some good general surveys you
may want to refer to:

Fine, E.H. (1978). Women and Art: A History of Women Painters and
Sculpture from the Renaissance to the 20th Century. Montclair, New
Jersey: Allanheld, Osmun and Co.

Rubinstein, C.S. (1982). American Women Artists: From Early Indian Times
to the Present, Boston, Ma.:G.R. Hall and Co.

Slatkin, W. (1990). Women Artists in History: From Antiquity to the 20th
Century. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, Inc.

Check also "Anonymous was a Woman," I don't recall the author's name at
the moment.

Ruth Voyles
Museum Educator
The Toledo Museum of Art

On Thu, 15 Aug 1996 sshoaff wrote:

> This spring I will be teaching an art history and female artists seminar .
> Does anyone have a course outline, reading list or ideas for this class?