a to z of members
The A to Z of British Women Artists, 1750-1950 Sub Group Members list below provides profiles outlining each researcher/curator's area of specialism, publications, contact details and web links for reading more about their work. A central aim of the Sub Group is to identify individuals currently undertakening projects/research into women artists active from 1750 to 1950 and begin to map the state of the field for the first time. The act of establishing a network of members working in this area and compiling an A to Z, made openly available online, is an original investigation and a resource for museums and university institutions seeking expertise in the area as well as individuals working in the area looking to connect with like-minded researchers and curators. The initial response to the establishment of the Sub Group from BAN members has been fantastic and demonstrates that there are significant numbers of British scholars currently researching and curating the work of British Women Artists 1750-1950 - artists who have received relatively little attention in modern art historical scholarship and exhibitions held to-date.
This map makes visible the extent of researchers/curators active in the field nationwide. Each pin represents an art institution and when selected displays the profiles of British Women Artist 1750-1950 Members based at that location and their current projects.