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Saturday, 11 October 2008


Fascinating article. It'll be interesting to see how this filters down into art-history courses and textbooks. Le Déjeuner and Olympia are both commonly studied and if memory serves, they are fairly central to the art history courses taught by the Open University, an institution which has always prioritised gender-studies and equality. I'm sure they'll be draughting a re-write!

Interesting post. Thanks.

Thanks for pointing in this direction. I did enjoy the text enormously. It's impressive how well The Guardian reports on the arts of late.

Very well done article on a solid piece of historical research. I do wonder, though, at the juxtaposition of this article, and the domai link. I seek not to file a complaint, but to wonder if any of those models might be in a similar situation.


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