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Women Artists at the National Gallery

Join Gallery Educator Fiona Alderton as she looks at a selection of artworks painted by women artists. 

  • 45-minute film
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To become a successful female painter in the period our collection represents was a challenge. Find out about the women who broke the rules and defied expectations to live and work as artists. Exclusive for Members.

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The film will be available to watch, until 23 August 2021.

Fiona Alderton

Fiona Alderton is a Gallery Educator and storyteller. With a background in performing, she writes and gives sessions for adults and children, including commissions for various organisations such as the National Portrait Gallery, Dulwich Picture Gallery, and the Royal Opera House in London.

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