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Masters of shape
Genre Form
Biographies (FAST)
Illustrative Content
Geographic Coverage
LCC: NB212 .A97 2022 (Assigner: dlc) (Status: used by assigner)
DDC: 730.922 full (Source: 23)
Supplementary Content
"This inspiring and beautifully illustrated book chronicles the lives of seventeen pioneering women sculptors who dared to speak their truths about inequality and injustice and overcame obstacles of gender and race in the last hundred and fifty years. The works that these talented artists cast, carved, and molded mirror both their internal worlds and the society surrounding them. There is no better way to inspire young women to fulfill their destiny with courage than to give them these brilliantly brief and cogent portraits of great women who shaped the world of sculpting and through that, our culture, and our world. Ausherman puts the spotlight on women artists simply by celebrating them insightfully, and so well. With many helpful references for additional in-depth readings and beautiful photographs taken by Steven Taylor, this book is a gem for anyone who loves reading how immensely skillful and creative people pursue their passions through the art of sculpture" -- Provided by publisher.
Table Of Contents
Foreword / Kristen Visbal
Introduction / Carol S. Ward
Emma Stebbins (1815-1882)
Anne Whitney (1821-1915)
Louisa Lander (1826-1923)
Margaret Foley (1827-1877)
Harriet Goodhue Hosmer (1830-1908)
Edmonia Lewis (1844-1907)
Vinnie Ream (1847-1914)
Janet Scudder (1869-1940)
Bessie Potter Vonnoh (1872-1955)
Gertrude Venderbilt Whitney (1875-1942)
Anna Hyatt Huntington (1876-1973)
Malvina Hoffman (1885-1966)
Augusta Savage (1892-1962)
Elizabeth Catlett (1915-2012)
Penelope Jencks (b. 1936)
Meredith Bergmann (b. 1955)
Alison Saar (b. 1956)
Authorized Access Point
Ausherman, Maria Elizabeth Masters of shape