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Local/global : women artists in the nineteenth century

@inproceedings{Cherry2005LocalglobalW,
  title={Local/global : women artists in the nineteenth century},
  author={Deborah Cherry and Janice Helland},
  year={2005}
}
Local/Global: Women Artists in the Nineteenth Century investigates women artists working in disparate parts of the world in this formative period of modernity. This major new book offers a dazzling array of compelling essays on art, architecture and design by leading writers. Opening with a dedication to the pioneering art historian, Joan Kerr, the essays chart a journey beginning in Australia, and moving to the imperial court in China; South Asia, and the Ottoman empire. Painters and studios… 
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