Her paintings are filled with light and joy, giving a false impression of a strong minded and somewhat difficult woman. She was always at her best when with other artists whom she considered her intellectual equals. Her paintings often portrayed mothers and children in intimate relationships and domestic settings. Her portraits were never commissioned , so she used her family as subjects in many of her paintings. Cassatt would send paintings back to the United States to be exhibited and her works were some of the first impressionists paintings seen in the US.
As a teenager to bring money into the house Bonheur made and sold copies of works of art from the Louvre. This copying of works is how she learned much about drawing and painting; copying techniques and carefully observing the works of great artists. For further education Bonheur studied the anatomy of animals by visiting slaughterhouses and preforming dissections. All of her artistic instruction came from her father and herself because of the sexism in the art academies in France; women were discouraged in attending. Regardless of her stereotype Bonheur was determined to show her talent and compete with men.
Dorothea Lange wrote a book called “Daring to Look: Dorothea Lange's Photographs and Reports from the Field.” Lange died of esophageal cancer but she had other problems before she died. What the Migrant mother meant and why she took them? Dorothea Lange was very famous by her photos that she took. In one of the most famous photos that is called “The Migrant Mother” that photo told about how a mother of seven kids in California were in real need of food, clothes, a warm place to live, and other things they need to survive. The mother, seven children, and a father that lived in a tent with no door just a back that lived in the middle of nowhere just trees and grass.
Even though she saved France she was tried and convicted of being a witch and was burned at the stake. She wasn’t recognized for her contribute to society until the 1900’s when she was given many awards. To this day Joan is celebrated. Festivals are held along with fashion shows in France. Without Joan this world might be a completely different
Louise Élisabeth Vigée- le brun was a French painter Born on April 16th 1755 in the Rococo and Neoclassical styles. Her father was Louis Vigée a Famous Painter during the time, he was a member of the Académie de Sainte-luc. And he mother was a Hairdresser. She received her first art lessons from her Father with him being the famous portraitist that he was instructed his little Élisabeth in how to paint. She had inherted the gift of art that her possessed.
Over the years women have fought long and hard to be able to obtain and maintain legal rights and privileges that the male gender is born into. Females were molded and primed to play the part as an obedient wife and mother with instruction that your thoughts and opinions are kept to yourself. The perseverance of brave women helped today’s generation of women such as myself have the same equal rights as that of men. With all things you must have a burning passion in the pit of your belly to want to advance and defeat the injustice of this world. In order to put laws into effect there must be a group of people who all agree that new laws should be implemented because of majority vote.
Through all of history women have struggled to have a voice. Women are always attempting to gain power and be heard. In The Crucible the women use the techniques of blaming those around them, and using their court power to lie they gain a voice in the
The women who stood up for themselves and created the Seneca Falls Declaration were mavericks and leaders. Unfortunately, today women still battle against discrimination even thought there are laws in place for equity it is still a major problem in modern society. Works Cited "Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions." The American Reader. HarperCollins Publishers, 1991.
Women Suffrage Women are aggrieved, deprived and oppressed During World War 1, but they develop into strong smart people. During the World War 1, women wanted the same rights that men had. Women were tired of being treated differently from men. Women had begun a movement known as the Suffrage Movement. Women started that movement because they wanted to fight for their rights.
During the 1960’s, the United States went through a time period known as the Civil Rights Movement. During this time, many ethnic, racial, and religious groups rebelled against the discrimination against them and fought for the equal rights they deserve. Through these civil rights movements, many groups have secured the invaluable rights that they now have today. In the past, women, Hispanics, and LGBT students have fought against discrimination by their own respective civil rights movements, but they are still fighting for them today. One problem women have faced since the 1950’s was unfair pay.