Post-War Women Artists

From Abstract Expressionism to Minimalism, many of the prominent post-war art movements seemed to be dominated by male artists, while their female counterparts were overlooked or pushed aside. Expanding the narrative of art history, recent scholarship and museum exhibitions have shined a spotlight on female pioneers of this era, whose innovations with new materials, techniques, and subject matter pushed creativity forward. Below, discover available works from these legendary women artists, including Helen Frankenthaler, Lee Krasner, Elaine de Kooning, Joan Mitchell, Agnes Martin, Carmen Herrera, Marisol, Louise Nevelson, and more.

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