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THE ARTIST WAS A WOMAN

USA, 1980 (MIFF 1982)

Director: Suzanne Bauman

A re-discovery of 400 years of paintings by women, from the Renaissance to mid-20th Century. Filmed in Europe and the U.S., it uses diaries and letters of the artists to help tell the story.

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