A Survey of Women Artists Working in California, 1860-1960

The Los Angeles Times spotlights “The conservator who is bringing lost stories of California’s pioneering female artists to light”

Maurine St Gaudens and Joseph Morseman at ExhibitOn October 5, 2018 the Los Angeles Times writer, Carolina A. Miranda, of the extensive research and discovery done by conservator Maurine St. Gaudens and researcher Joseph Morsman in uncovering and bringing recognition to the forgotten female artists in Californian art history.

Many of these artists have been overshadowed by their male counterparts, and even in their day they often would sign their works with only initials–thus concealing their gender in order to be accepted without gender disparity.

Full of interesting facts and intriguing stories, you can read the article via the following link:

Los Angeles Times Art Article on the Lost Stories of California Pioneering Female Artists