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This display charts the development of women artists’ remarkable but overlooked engagement with printmaking from the 18th to early 20th centuries – from picturesque landscapes, to intimate portraits and vibrant botanical works.

Print and Prejudice: Women Printmakers, 1700 – 1930
Image: The Crinoline, woodcut, by Clare Leighton, 1925. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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