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These female artists were forgotten — and one woman’s work was even credited to men. Now, an exhibit is making amends. 

Renaissance painters Lavinia Fontana and Sofonisba Anguissola were famous in their day, then fell into obscurity

How 6 female photojournalists saw the world — according to their photographs for Life magazine

See some of the photographs — taken by Margaret Bourke-White and five other women — that are featured in a New-York Historical Society exhibition

Kathy Butterly tortures her own sculptures — and produces exquisite, joyful results

Each of Butterly’s pieces requires intense labor, and she works on several at once

She was the first African woman documented in Virginia. She’s a symbol of slavery — and survival.

Angela arrived to Jamestown in 1619. Now, 400 years later, historians are rediscovering her story.

You might think you’ve got Frida Kahlo figured out, but you’ll never understand her pain

Her life and work are addressed in ‘Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving,’ a new exhibition

A new exhibition pays homage to the women history overlooked during colonial times

The exhibit’s purpose is to tell the little-known stories of the English, African, and Native American women

Who was Berthe Morisot? This 19th-century artist deserves your attention.

Painting was her passion

‘The witch of Wall Street,’ NYC’s ‘Rosa Parks’ and an abortion provider: Exhibit shows New York women who made history

Some may sound familiar, but many of the women are not as well-known

People are still inspired by Frida Kahlo’s looks. A new museum exhibition focuses on her life as a style icon.

‘Making Her Self Up’ has 200 objects on display

How traumatizing does it feel to cross the border? This museum experience gives us a clue.

Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s ‘Carne y Arena’ takes on new meaning