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2020 Gift Guide

2020 Gift Guide

Thanks so much to American Happy for including us in their gift guide!  They highlighted our Women Inventors Sticker of the Month Club and Poster!  See all their great suggestions in this post: https://american-happy.com/blogs/american-happy-blog/2020-gift-guide See...

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Frida Hansen, Weaver

Frida Hansen, Weaver

Imagine you’re a lady born in 1855, you live in Norway and you were raised as a proper lady from a wealthy family. You were given an education at private schools and taught to do embroidery and to draw and paint. You grow up, get married and everything is fine, until...

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The Guerrilla Girls

The Guerrilla Girls

Who are the Guerrilla Girls? Every other artist we have talked about so far is just one person. The Guerrilla Girls are a group of women, but nobody knows who they really are. Each woman in the group takes the name of a famous woman artist and only appears in public...

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Kathe Kollwitz, Activist through Art

Kathe Kollwitz, Activist through Art

Kathë Kollwitz, 1867-1945 Kathë Kollowitz (say the W like a V), is known for her prints that protest a social situation from her times, or show the profound grief of a parent whose child has died. Print Making to Make a Statement Print making was a choice that she...

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Kathe Kollwitz, Activist through Art

Mary Cassatt, American Impressionist

Mary Cassatt, American Impressionist, 1844-1926 Mary Cassatt was a wealthy American woman who is known for painting other wealthy women in (more or less) proper places – at home, with children, at the opera. At first glance, you might think she was proper herself. But...

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