Women Artists

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Gablik, Suzi

Gablik, who has lived in London for almost twenty years, is a writer, critic, teacher, and lecturer as well as a collage artist. She received a B.A. from Hunter College, where she studied with Robert Motherwell, and worked briefly at Black Mountain College in the early 1950s.

Gaby, Nina
Gág, Wanda

Wanda Gag was the daughter of German immigrants engaged in the arts—her father was a painter, her mother a photographer. As a result, she was immersed in art during her childhood, which led her to attend art schools in St. Paul and Minneapolis.

Gage, Jean C.
Galloway, Julia
Ganesh, Chitra
garcía, iliana emilia
García, Scherezade
Gardner, Ann
Garoute, Klode
Garrison, Elizabeth
Gates, Margaret
Gatewood, Maud
Gaug, Margaret Ann
Gearhart, Frances H.
Gearhart, May
Gechtoff, Sonia
Gelb, Gretchen
Gelfman, Lynne Golob
Genn, Nancy
Genth, Lillian
Gerard, Paula
Gerardia, Helen
Gerdes, Ingeborg
Gershoy, Eugenie
Gerstacker, Heidi
Gest, Margaret
Getchell, Edith Loring
Gibson, Robin
Gikow, Ruth
Gilbert, Helen
Gill, Andrea

Andrea Gill's decorated vases are functional forms that range into the realm of sculpture. While the artist adopts ideas, traditions, and styles of historical pottery, she turns them deftly around to question the very essence of the vessel form.

Gilmore, Marion
Gilpin, Laura

Gilpin studied at the Clarence White School between 1916 and 1918 and was strongly influenced by a range of teachers: White, Paul Anderson, Max Weber, Bernard Horne, and Anton Bruehl.

Gips, Terry
Glaman, Eugenie Fish