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Catalog issued in conjunction with the exhibition An Enduring Legacy : Women Painters of Washington, 1930-2005, featured at the Whatcom Museum of History & Art from May 22- September 11, 2005. 128 pages. Color illustrations.
One of the state's oldest arts organizations, Women Painters of Washington was founded in 1930 with the aim of overcoming limitations faced by women artists. Over its 75-year history, the group has counted among its members talented artists of national prominence whose stories have not been widely shared, until now.
From founding members' early efforts to support fellow women artists, to contemporary members' cultural exchanges and international exhibitions, David F. Martin tells the story of Women Painters of Washington. He examines members' artistic achievements and the recognition they received in the national and international art worlds. In addition, a selection of works by current WPW members demonstrates the organization's continued vitality. Abundant color plates clearly illustrate the talent and innovation of these artists.
Title: An Enduring Legacy: Women Painters of Washington, 1930-2005
ISBN Number: 0295991933
Location Published: Seattle, University of Washington Press: 2005
Binding: Trade Paperback
Book Condition: Very Good
Type: Art::Exhibition Catalog
Categories: Northwest, Exhibition Catalog
Seller ID: 151550