The seemingly never-ending era of female artists laboring in the shadows cast by their male colleagues is coming to a close. Ditto the tyranny of the male gaze. Women Who Draw, a database of over 5,000 professional artists, offers a thrillingly diverse panoply of female imagery, all created, as the site’s name suggests, by artists […]
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