What's in it in a woman's perspective?

Women's perspective in art coming from female artists and how these images balances male art.  As you can see the creative world seems still to be largely a man's world. The question where are the Women's, Why are there so few? There are no supremely good female artist as far as we know but in this gallery we're going to tackle up women's perspective. There have been so many interesting and inspiring work from female artists.

"James Gleeson’s cold landscape and decomposing face present an emotionally charged metaphor for the corrosion of the world and the human mind "We believe that this artwork is a surrealism cos it's actually resolves the mandatory conditions of dream and reality. In my perspective, what I see in this artwork is where the woman was overpowered by man.  As you can see we have a man's portrait and a decomposed women's body. This is how the society looks now that the man are much clearer than woman. 
Graciela Iturbide has become one of the foremost fine art photographers living in Mexico today.  Her work is a mixture of history. She perceives the surreal and extraordinary.  The photographs combine the story of a culture in transition with issues of identity, diversity, and selfhood
Lene Schneider-Kainer, born Lene Schneider (16 May 1885, Vienna, Austria - 15 June 1971, Cochabamba, Bolivia), was a Jewish-Austrian painter, daughter of the painter Sigmund Schneider, noted for her illustration of "Lukian:Hetärengespräche. Mit Illustrationen von Lene Schneider-Kainer und einem Nachwort von Sabine Dahmen".
Sarah Lucas is also known for her self portrait shots. She has this issues of sex, death that gives her work much of its critical character. She owes much to previous movements such as Dada, surrealism, and situationism, yet her work stands on it own and has been given much critical viability. 
Anne Petersen is one of the Danish Painters.
Spanish Artist,  Anna Malagrida works primarily with photography and video. In her works, the window often possesses a dual nature, since it can both be experienced as a protective element against the external environment, and as a hindrance to the individual's view or expression. 
French painter, noted primarily for his landscapes, who inspired and to some extent anticipated the landscape painting of the Impressionists. His oil sketches, remarkable for their technical freedom and clear colour, have come to be as highly regarded as the finished pictures that were based upon them.
Helen Levitt (August 31, 1913 – March 29, 2009) was an American photographer. She was particularly noted for "street photography" around New York City, and has been called "the most celebrated and least known photographer of her time."
Eva Fredrika Bonnier (Stockholm 17 November 1857 – Copenhagen 13 January 1909) was a Swedish painter and philanthropist.
  Edgar Degas (Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas) (19 July 1834 – 27 September 1917) was a French artist famous for his paintings, sculptures, prints, and drawings. He is especially identified with the subject of dance; more than half of his works depict dancers. He is regarded as one of the founders of Impressionism, although he rejected the term, and preferred to be called a realist. He was a superb draftsman, and particularly masterly in depicting movement, as can be seen in his renditions of dancers, racecourse subjects and female nudes. His portraits are notable for their psychological complexity and for their portrayal of human isolation.
Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann was a Polish-Danish painter. Shetells about her life as a woman and an artist, two conditions that were difficult to combine during her lifetime.
Sarah Lucas is also known for her self portrait shots. She has this issues of sex, death that gives her work much of its critical character. She owes much to previous movements such as Dada, surrealism, and situationism, yet her work stands on it own and has been given much critical viability. 
Sarah Lucas is also known for her self portrait shots. She has this issues of sex, death that gives her work much of its critical character. She owes much to previous movements such as Dada, surrealism, and situationism, yet her work stands on it own and has been given much critical viability. 
Zora Petrovic is a serbian painter. 
Add a personal persp The image of Sargent's painting is woefully inadequate at showing, without seeing the original, what he's been able to accomplish. Linda Ayres describes it this way:  Two men (the first we have seen in Sargent’s interior Genre paintings) and three women emerge ghostlike from the extremely dark background. But the glass workers are not the true subjects of the painting. Light – vibrant, shimmering light – is Sargent’s focus in this work. A window to the left and another, unseen window admit light to the workroom. Light reflects dramatically on white and pale blue glass. Sargent freely wielded his brush throughout the painting, especially on the thin glass bundles. In a technical tour de force, he rendered each bundle with just one brush stroke, the individual bristles of his brush creating separate rods.
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