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Frida Kahlo Paintings

Frida Kahlo lived the epitome of alegría—a lust for life. She was infamous for her social fire. She danced, flirted, and seduced. Her ferocious tongue rolled out a black sense of humour and sharp wit. She kept a home for ...
Venus de Milo Sculpture in Louvre

Venus de Milo is the second-most popular woman in Paris’ Louvre museum. Beautiful woman, bare from the waist up, draperies cling to her body, her hips and legs are covered – believed to represent Aphrodite, who the Ancient Romans referred ...

A woman bows her head, eyes shut, praying over her bulging womb. Peeping out from the rim of her swollen belly is a skull’s head, an omen hovering over the unborn. At her feet, three women with bowed heads raise ...
Women in Art

One can always argue that women have played a pivotal role – as much as the men, in the enrichment of the arts. Strangely, their contributions always take the co-starring role when it comes to how mainstream media covers the ...
Female surrealist

When we say “surrealism”, what’s the first name that pops into your mind? It’s probably Salvador Dali. He’s so prominent; his name has become synonymous with the movement. If you’re not thinking of Dali, the name of Rene Magritte probably ...