Gesina ter Borch: Artist, Not Amateur

Guest post by Nicole E. Cook, Project Coordinator for Academic Partnerships, Philadelphia Museum of Art Gesina ter Borch, Self-Portrait in a Cartouche Crowned with the arms of the Ter Borch family, 1659, with a poem by J.H. Roldanus. Source: Rijksmuseum Getting...

CFP: The 7th Feminist Art History Conference

American University, Washington, DC, 25–27 September 2020 Self-portrait with Easel, 1640s, by Michaelina Wautier (So. Netherlands, 1617–1689). Held in a private collection; source, Wikimedia. Update, September 26, 2019 The official Feminist Art History Conference call...

Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists

Thoughts on the MIA’s Exhibition of Native American Women Artists Guest post by Elizabeth Sutton, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Northern Iowa A Nation is not conquered until the hearts of its women are on the ground. Then it is finished,...

The Priceless Legacy of Artemisia Gentileschi

A Curator’s Perspective Guest post by Judith W. Mann, Curator of European Art to 1800, the Saint Louis Art Museum On the occasion of what would have been Artemisia Gentileschi’s 426th birthday (July 8), it is worth reflecting on events of the last year that...