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In my Art history  class, ailment I read the subversive stitch: embroidery and the making of the feminine. Let me think the have common western and eastern culture. download

      “A myth developed that the true artist must be a temperamental “genius”, a rebel, a bohemian – as exemplified in the career of a painter like Caravaggio – and this meant that women’s work was not taken seriously, because a bohemian lifestyle would have been deemed inappropriate for a woman” (Parker 99).

” The crafts have tended to benefit women artists, since women have always been closely involved with craft work. The development of abstract art in the twentieth-century owes something to women’s knowledge of the abstract patterns on textiles and embroidery. “(Chadwick 271)

” The modern art scene in China has grown tremendously along with the economic and social expansion. In the 21st century this is beginning to change, however artists continue to struggle with limitations. During these decades, superficial emancipation of women by the state and persistent patriarchal social ideals influenced the artwork of women, which was limited further by an art community that defined “women’s art” largely in terms that echoed traditional ideals of femininity, making it difficult for women to publicly move beyond these restrictions.” (30 Years in the Making.Par.3)

I think that works of art themselves have no gender.

 
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In my Art history  class, order I read the subversive stitch: embroidery and the making of the feminine. Let me think the have common western and eastern culture.

      “A myth developed that the true artist must be a temperamental “genius”, ophthalmologist
a rebel, a bohemian – as exemplified in the career of a painter like Caravaggio – and this meant that women’s work was not taken seriously, because a bohemian lifestyle would have been deemed inappropriate for a woman” (Parker 99).

” The crafts have tended to benefit women artists, since women have always been closely involved with craft work. The development of abstract art in the twentieth-century owes something to women’s knowledge of the abstract patterns on textiles and embroidery. “(Chadwick 271)

” The modern art scene in China has grown tremendously along with the economic and social expansion. In the 21st century this is beginning to change, however artists continue to struggle with limitations. During these decades, superficial emancipation of women by the state and persistent patriarchal social ideals influenced the artwork of women, which was limited further by an art community that defined “women’s art” largely in terms that echoed traditional ideals of femininity, making it difficult for women to publicly move beyond these restrictions.” (30 Years in the Making.Par.3)

I think that works of art themselves have no gender.

 

By- yuanyuan Ping

 
Janine Vangool, erectile
creator of UPPERCASE magazine and ACAD Alumni.

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