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The Mill (detail), By Edward Burne-Jones, 1870, Oil on Canvas, Museum no.CAI.8. © The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

The Mill (detail), By Edward Burne-Jones, 1870, Oil on Canvas, Museum no.CAI.8. © The Victoria and Albert Museum, London .

Season 1, episode 5

Dr. Katie Tyreman Herrington, a fellow in research and cultural engagement at the V&A and University of York, and Professor Deborah Cherry, the Associate Dean of Research at London College of Communication, talk about women artists in the nineteenth century. Joining them to offer a contemporary perspective is artist Rebecca Salter. Together with host Glenn Adamson they consider the important role that women played in Victorian art, and how the context for women artists has developed over time.

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With thanks to the AHRC and the Humanities Research Centre and Department of History of Art at the University of York for the cultural engagement grant that funded this episode and supported Dr. Katie Tyreman's project Three Graces: Victorian women, visual art and exchange.

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The 'sting' heard at the beginning of each episode of the V&A Podcast was created by sound artist Jason Singh: www.jasonsinghmusic.com

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