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 Nennette Reading by Elisabeth Chaplin, on show at the exhibition (Private collection).

Nennette Reading by Elisabeth Chaplin, on show at the exhibition (Private collection).

Stories of women in paint and on page

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From September 22 to November 6

“Side events” that get to the core of the question. Check out the complete program calendar for 'Stories of Women in Paint and on Page' which includes lecture series and guided visits spotlighting the literary and intellectual atmosphere that influenced the artists on show at the exhibition Women Artists. Firenze 1900-1950 at the Fondazione CR Firenze, Via Bufalini 6. From a tour through Palazzo dei Pittori (The Painters’ Palace), a building that once hosted studios of artists like Fillide Levasti and Evelyn Scarampi to a wander through Il Palmerino where guests can view works by artist and graphic designer Anna Maria Bartolini… there is something for all types of art lovers. Whether a lecture on the autobiographical writings of twentieth-century female authors or a talk on illustrators who found children books’ to be a socially-accepted medium for women in their time—this series touches upon myriad issues of early twentieth-century women seeking multiple forms of expression.
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