Women Artists

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Raber, Sarah
Rabinovich, Raquel
Rademaker, Mary Alma McIntire
Rady, Elsa
Raiguel, Marjorie
Ramberg, Christina
Rand, Ellen Emmet
Rankaitis, Susan

Susan Rankaitis was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1949. She studied painting at the University of Illinois in Champaign and received her BFA in 1971. She earned her MFA in photography from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, in 1977.

Rankine, V. V.
Rapoport, Debra
Ravenscroft, Ellen
Ravlin, Grace
Raymond, Lilo
Rebay, Hilla
Rebhan, Gail
Reed, Ethel

In the last decade of the nineteenth century, Ethel Reed emerged as one of Boston's preeminent poster designers. Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts, she studied drawing and was briefly apprenticed to a painter of miniatures, but for the most part was self-taught.

Regan, Felice

Felice Regan has had a long love affair with art and nature, which began in 1970 when she started producing photographic silk screen images of animals at the Franklin Park Zoo outside of Boston. That same year, Regan received her B.F.A.

Regensteiner, Else
Reichmann, Josephine L.
Remington, Deborah
Renk, Merry
Resnikoff, Florence
Ressler, Susan
Rexroth, Andree
Rexroth, Nancy
Reynolds, Alice
Rezac, Suzan
Rice, Jacquelyn
Rich, Linda
Richards, Glenora
Richards, Jeanne
Richardson, Eileen
Richter, Lillian
Richter, Martha Burchfield
Riggs, Florence

Born into a family of Navajo weavers, Florence Riggs is now recognized as a leader in the contemporary pictorial weaving movement.

Ringgold, Faith