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London Art Week Panel Discussion

500 Years of Women Artists
London Art Week
For this talk Sacha Llewellyn (Independent Researcher and Curator, and Director, Liss Llewellyn Fine Art), Tania Sutton (Director, Osborne Samuel), Anthony Crichton-Stuart (Director, Agnews), Marco Fabio Apolloni (Director, Laocoon Gallery) and Ellie Smith (Research and Content Editor, Philip Mould & Company) will, together, examine how our perception of women artists has changed and how we are finally championing them. During the discussion, there will be a special focus on female artists over the last 100 years, and in particular the early to mid-20th century. Our panellists will also touch on the early professional painters and why they were 'lost' for so many years.
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For this talk Sacha Llewellyn (Independent Researcher and Curator, and Director, Liss Llewellyn Fine Art), Tania Sutton (Director, Osborne Samuel), Anthony Crichton-Stuart (Director, Agnews), Marco Fabio Apolloni (Director, Laocoon Gallery) and Ellie Smith (Research and Content Editor, Philip Mould & Company) will, together, examine how our perception of women artists has changed and how we are finally championing them. During the discussion, there will be a special focus on female artists over the last 100 years, and in particular the early to mid-20th century.

Our panellists will also touch on the early professional painters and why they were 'lost' for so many years.

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    500 Years of British Art