Studying the roles of Women through the eyes of art where women are often one or the other: the doormat, or the goddess. The changes took place in social history that altered or enhanced the roles of women, artists have also depicted those changes through their paintings but the depiction of women throughout the history of art is an intentional mischaracterization in a very discreet stereotypical way. From rags, riches, and nudity we are able to see the various ways women are viewed. The history of art uses women to show their subjective importance as they have evolved, but it seems in art there are very few options. In class, we have looked at paintings of Olympia and Venus and compared their dispositions. Although the paintings were slightly similar aesthetically we know that Olympia is a prostitute while Venus is seen as a goddess. If this was unbeknownst to us, we could easily reverse their roles. In the images that follow, you will see an eclectic view of women from (year) to (year). Despite their portrayal through art we still see this strong, beautiful, unstoppable female she we call the Wonder Woman because the role of women are not restricted to be one or the other. We will bring out the various charismas of women through those few options of art.