The earliest surviving images of American female artists are from the late 1700s.
As the twentieth century progressed, the women’s rights movement gained traction.
Women began to paint on their own in the 1930s, and by the 1940s, American women were becoming more prominent in the fashion industry.
As a result, the American women who were making art in the 1920s and 1930s were also making their mark on the history of fashion.
In the last decade, women have been involved in a range of artistic pursuits.
Some have been artists themselves, others have been academics, and still others have created a wide variety of artwork.
The art of American painting, however, dates back to the mid-1800s, when many of the earliest women artists were working in New York.
Today, women artists still work in New Jersey, New York City, Los Angeles, and the suburbs of New York and New England.
Many of these artists, like Jane E. Stroud, were born and raised in New England and have been active in the arts for a long time.
Today they are among the few remaining female artists working in America.
Here are five of the most important female artists of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.
Alice Walker Alice Walker is the most famous woman artist in America today.
Her work includes works such as The Scream, which was one of the first works of art to be exhibited in New Orleans, and The Gilded Age, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1966.
She is also an acclaimed historian of American art and was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2000.
The Gilda B. Johnson Chair in American Studies at Harvard University was named in her honor.
Alice and her husband, David, moved to New York from England when she was 12 years old.
They went to work for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the 1940, when she started as a student.
Her career in art began at the New York Public Library when she worked on a book on the life of Louis XIV.
She studied in France and studied in Rome.
She later returned to the United States and worked in New Mexico.
After World War II, she returned to New England to work as a painter in New Hampshire and New York, eventually moving to New Jersey to pursue her career.
Alice is also known for her paintings of animals, including the panda, rhinoceros, and elephant.
Her most famous work is the Gilda Johnson Chair, which she created in the 1950s.
Margaret Mead Margaret Mead was a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, political scientist, and historian.
She was a founding member of the Council on Foreign Relations and an expert on the rise of fascism in Europe and the United Kingdom.
In her autobiography, The Presidency, Mead wrote that she was born in Scotland and grew up in Scotland, England, and Wales.
She graduated from Yale in 1962, but withdrew from the university when she found out she was pregnant with her first child.
Her son was born three years later.
In 1971, Mead founded a non-profit organization, the Mead Institute for Women in the Arts, and in 1978, the group was established as the Center for Women and International Studies.
Mead has also served as an adviser to President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Mead’s work includes books, a memoir, a biography of William Faulkner, and her own children’s book, The Women of the World.
Mead was the first woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984.
Anna Akhmatova Anna Akhtomova is a Russian-born American actress who is best known for playing the role of a Russian nursemaid in the classic Russian classic The Crematorium.
She earned her MFA in theater from Yale University in 2004.
She also has worked as an actress in Hollywood, and has appeared on television shows such as Nurse Jackie, Love Boat, The Bachelor, and American Idol.
She has written a number of books, including a biography about her mother.
In 2016, Akhtova received a MacArthur Genius grant for her work on Russian literature.
Mary Wollstonecraft Mary Wollsstonecraft was a writer, educator, and feminist who lived to see the birth of the American Civil War.
She wrote numerous novels, including The Little Engine That Could and The Girl Who Loved Mr. Blimey.
She died in 1791, at the age of 30.
Wollstonescraft’s works include the novel The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter and the play The Three Musketeers.
She lived until her death in 1787, at age 80.
Wollsness was the founder of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union.
Maya Angelou Maya Angelo is the bestselling author of more than 300 books, most recently her latest, A Place Called Home.
Angelo, who was born on February 6, 1942, in Newark, New Jersey was the granddaughter