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    Women's Art Education in the Nineteenth Century

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    How did women receive an art education in the nineteenth century and how did this education differ from the education of male artists at this time?

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    As you briefly explain how women received an art education in the nineteenth century, research shows that most of their lessons happened at home, especially "For the young upper-middle class Englishwoman in the Victorian era" (2). Because art was likely deemed more as an "accomplishment" (2), research reports that "Instruction at this accomplishment level would have taken place at school or at home, with ...

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    300 words of notes briefly contrast men's and women's art education in the nineteenth century using the attached pdf file as a resource.

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