- Brenda Putnam
- Aline H. Rhonie
- Tosca Olinsky
- Doris Caesar
- Nan Mason
- Daisy Marguerite Hughes
- Helene Sardeau
- Countess Maria Zichy
- Elizabeth Tashjian (aka The Nut Lady – interesting story here)
- Margaret French Cresson
all images from the smithsonian institution flickr collection
Art, artists, black and white, old photos, smithsonian collection, Vintage, vintage phtoographs, women artists
I loved reading the story of Elizabeth Tashjian! She sounds like a gentle soul, maybe she had the right idea, I mean she made it to 94 without ever working a steady job! Way to go.
Very “feminine touch”. I love this post!
Yay for women! And art! Thanks for the Friday fun.
love all these women! they’re all so rad in their own way.
this is the BEST!
I wish I resembled these beautiful artists but unfortunately I can’t get past being a paint splattered mess :)
Fantastic photos! I love seeing artists at work and that they’re all awesome women on top of that makes this a total win.
I’m always so astonished by sculpture and totally in awe of artists who can take lumps of clay or whatever and turn it into something beautiful. Every time I try to sculpt anything it turns out worse than a toddlers Play Doh figure, haha.
these are so stunning.
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