A new kind of art history


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Does art have a gender? There has been the male gender for a long time. But today, we know that it was not a single man, the brilliant “cave painter”, who painted the decorations of prehistoric caves, but groups, moreover mostly female. We know that a so-called "grand master" was never more than a workshop boss, that the wives and pupils were in reality real artists, masked by the hypocrisy of their time. The Renaissance and all other eras were full of extraordinary painters! The time has come to dispel many preconceived ideas about art history.
The author

Anne Larue, born in 1958 is a French academic, professor of literature and art historian. She has also published short stories and a science fiction novel, La Vestale du calix.

192 pages | ISBN: 9782315006076