Famous Female Artists

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Last updated: April 17, 2019
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Mexican artist, widely known for her self-portraits and folk art style
Frida Kahlo
Italian Baroque painter born in 1593 who often depicted strong and suffering women from myths, allegories, and the Bible
Artemisia Gentileschi
Sometimes known as the 'Mother of American Modernism', she is especially famous for her paintings of enlarged flowers
Georgia O'Keeffe
Chinese painter and poet active during the early Yuan dynasty (1271–1368) whose bamboo paintings received extensive praise from critics
Guan Daosheng
Russian painter, diarist, and sculptor. She emerged as an intellectual in Paris but unfortunately died of tuberculosis at 25
Marie Bashkirtseff
One of "les trois grandes dames" of Impressionism, most of her paintings include domestic scenes and flowers, depicting what women's life was like in the late nineteenth century
Berthe Morisot
German Dada artist, she was one of the originators of photomontage
Hannah Höch
Contemporary artist born in Egypt, her most notable body of work involves highly layered embroidered paintings of women's bodies referencing pornographic imagery
Ghada Amer
Her painting vastly influenced the avant-garde in Russia and together with her partner she invented Rayonism
Natalia Goncharova
French-American artist, most well known for her sculpture and installation art, which include works such as 'Maman' and 'Destruction of the Father'
Louise Bourgeois
Artist, poet, and writer born in 1975, her most famous works combine art and literature in sculpture to make a statement about social issues in Nigeria
Peju Alatise
Hungarian-Indian painter, she first gained recognition at the age of 19 for her oil painting titled Young Girls (1932). The Government of India has declared her works as National Art Treasures
Amrita Sher-Gil
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