Antique Trader

American Masters spotlights women who changed history

NEW YORK — To kickstart March as Women’s History Month, American Masters illuminates the inspiring stories of little-known American heroines from the early years of feminism and the women who now follow in their footsteps with , an innovative multimedia series launching in honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage.

Citiți o mostră, înregistrați-vă pentru a citi în continuare.

Mai multe de la Antique Trader

Antique Trader5 min citite
Groundbreaking Leaps
Artist Augusta Savage was born a Leap Year baby and once said, “It seems to me that I have been leaping ever since.” And she did, indeed, make groundbreaking leaps from the Jim Crow South to public attention in the Harlem Renaissance. Also an educato
Antique Trader1 min citite
Antique Trader
EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Paul Kennedy EDITOR Kristine Manty CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Wayne Jordan, Eric Bradley, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo, Michael Polak, Pamela Wiggins Siegel CREATIVE DIRECTOR Edie Mann ADVERTISING SALES Tim Baldwin - TBaldwin@aimmedia.com Dir
Antique Trader3 min citite
Club Approves Sale Of Prized Monet
CHICAGO — The Union League Club of Chicago, home to one of the most significant private art collections in the American Midwest, is reportedly planning to liquidate a portion of its collection, including a coveted Monet painting, Pommiers en fleurs (