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Partnership relations, Jane Adams scouting out 'Art hopefuls' in Florence's museums

Partnership relations, Jane Adams scouting out 'Art hopefuls' in Florence's museums

Art hopefuls

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Meet the Florentine works waiting to be 'rescued' and remembered. This 'Menu' of 'art hopefuls' showcases several paintings by women that need restoration in Florence. They are not yet at the center of a fully-formed project... but that can change, with a bit of help from our friends!

AWA annually collects projects presented to us by Tuscany's museum directors for evaluation by our Board of Trustees. Donor interest and funding partnerships are fundamental to the development of our future programs.

Do one of these paintings pull at your heart strings?
Write to Jane Adams, partnership relations: jane.adams@advancingwomenartists.org

We look forward to exchanging ideas for the future!

Maria van Oosterwyck

How did Oosterwyck most break the mold?
 

Antonietta Brandeis

Antonietta Brandeis painted as ‘Antonio’ as she didn’t like being praised as a ‘woman’ painter.

Anna Piattoli’s Saint Francis

For Anna Piattoli, art was ‘all in the family’.
 


By giving a voice to historic
women artists AWA rescues
and reclaims the ‘hidden half’
of Florence’s art.

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