Gentileschi, Artemisia [Italian Baroque Era Painter, 1593-1652]Judith and her maidservantc. 1612-1613Oil on canvas44 7/8 x 36 13/16 in (114 x 93.5 cm)Pitti Gallery, Florence

Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith and Her Maidservant, c. Oil on canvas, Palazzo Pitti, Florence. Artemisia/Artemesia Gentileshi is one of the few women artist of her time that reviled the Dutch Masters or male artists.

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Pinturas de Artemisia Gentileschi

Susanna and the Elders 1610 - Artemisia Gentileschi - oil painting reproduction

Artemisia Gentileschi Judith Maidservant DIA - Judith beheading Holofernes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Artemisia Gentileschi ~ Baroque Era painter

Judith and Her maidservant with the head of Holofernes c. 1614 Artist: Gentileschi Period: Baroque Gentileschi specialized in painted images of women triumphing over men. She was one of the first women artists we study.

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Long Seen As Victim, 17th Century Italian Painter Emerges As Feminist Icon

Artemisia Gentileschi - Remarkable artist and woman.

Artemisia Gentileschi - Self-Portrait as a Lute Player, from 1615 until oil on canvas, 30 × 28 cm × 11 in), Curtis Galleries, Minneapolis

Artemisia Gentileschi 1593-1652 | Italian Baroque Era painter www.transitionresearchfoundation.com

Artemisia Gentileschi ~ Baroque Era painter

Madonna with Sleeping Christ Child - Artemisia Gentileschi, 1610    A really beautiful Madonna piece

Madonna with Sleeping Christ Child - Artemisia Gentileschi, 1610 A really beautiful Madonna piece. What an achievement for a woman artist of that time.

“As long as I live, I will have control over my being. ”     Artemesia Gentileschi (1593-1652)

“As long as I live, I will have control over my being. Artemesia Gentileschi We should all know the name of Artemesia Gentileschi, the Italian Baroque painter.

Artemisia Gentileschi, Self-portrait as the Allegory of Painting (La Pittura), c.1638-1639 - 'El retrato del artista' en la colección real británica - 20minutos.es

desimonewayland: “Artemisia Gentileschi (Rome Self-portrait as the Allegory of Painting (La Pittura) ‘The gold chain around her neck – on which hangs a mask symbolising imitation – as well as her wild hair and iridescent.

1612 Artemisia Gentileschi (Italian; 1593-1656) ~ 'St. Francis and Angel'

Francis and Angel ~ 1612 ~ have also seen it attributed to Orazio Gentileschi her father ~ Museo del Prado di Madrid

Artemisia Gentileschi  "Self Portrait as the Allegory of Painting"  http://knell63.hubpages.com/hub/History-of-Female-Renaissance-Artists --

Renaissance Art and Artists - Famous Female painters

GENTILESCHI, Artemisia - Self-portrait as the Allegory of Painting (self-portrait as La Pittura) (c. × cm (oil on canvas) Royal Collection, Windsor Castle

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