Print and Prejudice: Women Printmakers, 1700 – 1930
This display charted 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.
This display is now closed at V&A South Kensington
Header image: The Crinoline, woodcut, by Clare Leighton, 1925, UK. Museum no. E.1088-1927. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London