Take a look around our show devoted to trailblazing women of 20th-century Modernism, guided by its curators Sarah Lea and Professor Dorothy Price.
A late night with the arty crowd or painting alone into the small hours – with four female pioneers of Modernism in our galleries, it’s time to find out which one you are…
From the creeks of Louisiana to the clifftops of Cornwall, modern artists have found sanctuary and inspiration in all sorts of places. Today you can visit their studio-homes and see their lives much as they left them – here are a few not to miss.
The Berlin-based artist’s profound compassion and expressive depictions of those suffering were rooted in first-hand experience.
Torn between domestic life and the studio, the German painter portrayed women in a startling new light.
A dynamic influence in artistic circles, the Russian-born painter devised a haunting idiosyncratic style of her own
A founder member of the Blue Rider, the art group at the heart of German Expressionism, Münter developed a spontaneous painting method that captured the essence of things.