Women artists from the Pre-Revolutionary period were successful as artists. On the one hand, they were successful in spite of the restrictions placed on them by the Academies. On the other hand, the Rococo style in which they participated caused later art historians to denigrate their work and dismiss their successes as artists. Choose one artist and discuss how this applies to her career.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:57 am ad1c9bdddf
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As you briefly explore how women artists were successful during their eras despite of the severe restrictions and biases placed on them by the Academies and then the later criticism they received from art historians who tended to denigrate their work and dismiss their successes as artists, I select Swiss painting Angelica Kauffmann as a primary example because she overcame so many obstacles as a successful artistic icon. ...
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