Another View: Landscapes by Women Artists

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Another View: Landscapes by Women Artists

Published on April 18, 2024

This exhibition will examine women artists’ place in the history of British landscape art, a story traditionally dominated by male artists. Starting with early depictions by female amateur artists, the exhibition will move through the 19th and 20th centuries, presenting the changing ways women have looked at the outside world, and how social, economic, cultural and environmental developments have affected that.

The artworks range from oil paintings to prints and drawings, and will be drawn from National Museums Liverpool’s collection alongside works from other institutions. They will tell a story of women artists' growing ambition and development of technique as they get more of a foothold in the art world. Some of these artists will be relatively unknown, while others are recognized as leaders and innovators of their time. 'Another View' will seek to present for the first time an overarching narrative drawing these artists together.

Another View is running from 4/20-8/18/2024 at the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight Village, Wirral CH62 5EQ, UK.

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