Course Detail: OSH-WWARTS - Post-World War II Women Artists

American art changed substantially, some say radically, after World War II. One of the great developments of the post-war era was the emergence of women artists and their recognition by museum curators and mainstream art galleries. Beginning with abstract expressionist painters like Frankenthaler, Hartigan, and de Kooning, women broke through the historically male-dominated art scene and laid the foundation for the amazing breadth and depth of work by women artists that we see today.

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