Female Artists Are (Finally) Getting Their Turn

Publisher: 
The New York Times
Date: 
March 29, 2016
At the New-York Historical Society, correspondence unearthed by researchers about Clara Driscoll (1861-1944), the director of the Women’s Glasscutting Department at Tiffany Studios at the turn of the 20th century, became the catalyst for the Center for the Study of Women’s History, which is to open early next year. “We made a discovery that a broad swath of our hallmark Tiffany lamp collection was in fact the work of women,” said Louise Mirrer, the society’s president and chief executive. “Lo and behold, New York was chockablock with women — talented, enterprising, successful — but their stories haven’t been told.” Read more…
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