Women artists of the 1900s
31 October 2018 - 18:00
Lecture in English by Linda Falcone
This lecture focuses on female creativity in Florence and its outskirts during the 20th century. Two international artists lead the way into this lesser-known artistic scene: French-born Nabis artist Elisabeth Chaplin and her English neighbour, the painter Lola Costa. Since 2008 Linda Falcone has co-ordinated Advancing Women Artists, the foundation set up by the late Jane Fortune.
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