Decorating doesn’t have to be hard! To make things easier for you, these are the dominant colors for this poster (click on the main color scheme to see the secondary colors to each of the main colors):
Use our color schemes’ suggestions to create fantastic color combinations with this poster!
Some of the main colors’ names are axolotl, night rider, dark tan, alabaster, and aubergine.
About this poster
- It’s always a good idea to keep some extra posters at your home, so you can refresh your rooms when the season changes. Move your posters around your house when you want to change the decor.
- art posters are printed using the Epson UltraChrome® HD pigment ink technology, which provides up to twice the WIR Display Permanence Ratings of previous generations inks. Ink cartridges are returned to Epson and recycled.
- Did you have a problem with your order? We accept returns within 30 days of receipt of your shipment for products that were damaged during shipping.
- You should be happy with your home decor wall. We create wall arts that are colorful and vivid. This one comes in white, brown, and black colors.
- We are no big company, so we understand what you want. All that matters for us is high quality and original material. We also are crazy about public domain art. What we do is actually transforming good art into beautiful posters.
- Our printing partner guarantees paid time off, healthcare benefits, and a safe and friendly work environment to their employees.
- This is the perfect gift idea for artwork and decoration lovers. Especially for those in love with the retro theme.
- We want you to be obsessed with your new artwork :). We design things that go perfectly in your wall decor, with great quality and excellent customer service.
- prints will come packaged with care and sustainable materials so you can pin them on your wall.
- We use thick matte paper, acid-free, almost velvety to the touch.
- posters sizes are in inches, but we have published a table with the equivalent sizes in centimeters. Click on the tab “Size Charts” to view it.
How are women represented in art?
In earlier art times, women were represented in art with lots of curves. This exaggeration of the physical features and of the reproductive organs existed because of the association of the feminine image to fertility.
The depiction of the feminine image is also linked to a symbolic dimension, and to the hierarchy in opposition to the masculine. However, more modern artists represented women in many other ways. Gustav Klimt portrayed women in the many stages of life in 19th century Vienna.
Only in the early 20th century, works that flaunted female sexuality began to be produced. We transit from a nude body associated with fertility, to a nude linked to sexuality.
When coming to make art, access to formal education was also denied to women. The Royal Academy Schools started to admit women only in 1861, but students drew initially only draped models. The fact is that women were not allowed in art-guilds and academies.
Ax exception maybe the Renaissance period, when women were encouraged to paint as it was seen as desirable for women to be accomplished in the arts. Well-educated and aristocratic female artists were seen as the embodiment of the Renaissance-ideal.
But in general, access to the market was so hard that some female artists chose to work as models to support their careers. In the 18th and 19th centuries, work by women was often reassigned and many of their works have been wrongly attributed to men artists. Other female artists would adopted male names, like Claude Cahun and Grace Hartigan, who signed her works ‘George.’.
The feminist spark from the 1960s and 1970s helped to carve a path for the activist and identity art of the 1980s. In modern times, examples of the representation of women in the visual arts cover a much wider artistic range.
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Actual colors may vary slightly as each monitor displays them differently. Images are for illustration purposes only.