Educational Series Part III Published

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Educational Series Part III Published

September 2, 2016

The third in a series of 15 plus articles by ARC COO, Kara Lysandra Ross, has been published in the Epoch Times. This article focuses on some of the female artists of the 19th century.

"As you will read later on in this series, academy and atelier schools were first open to women artists in the later half of the 19th century. Because of this there were hundreds of women who were finally able to get formalized training. Although there were still a majority of male artists, there were many female artists who established successful careers in both France and England during this period."

To read the full article, click here.

The Farmer's Daughter
by Elizabeth Jane Gardner Bouguereau