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History of women in the visual arts I: medieval and early renaissance women artists, part 1, September 11, 1978

 Item — Reel: 3259
History of women in the visual arts I: medieval and early renaissance women artists, part 1, produced by Kit Maxwell and Ann Decker, is part of a series of programs chronologically documenting historical conditions and personal circumstances of women who pursued art careers in the Western world. This specific program features an interview with art historian Ann Decker about female artists in the medieval and renaissance periods, as well as samples of music associated with the era, September 11, 1978.

Dates

  • September 11, 1978

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