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Fiona Alderton takes a tour of some of the paintings painted by women in the National Gallery collection, including:
From teenage prodigies to a botanical expert commanding higher prices in her day than Rembrandt, find out more about some of the women artists in the collection and their pioneering paintings and careers.
Fiona's selection for the video includes:
Messengers by Bridget Riley
Portrait of a Man by Catharina van Hemessen
Alexandrine-Emilie Brongniart by Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun
A Boy and a Girl with a Cat and an Eel by Judith Leyster
Flowers in a Glass Vase by Rachel Ruysch
Self Portrait as Saint Catherine of Alexandria by Artemisia Gentileschi
Portrait of a Woman by Catharina van Hemessen
Self Portrait in a Straw Hat by Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun
The Horse Fair by Rosa Bonheur
Summer's Day by Berthe Morisot
Category: Course . Paid for admission.