She is considered an important woman painter of 20th century India.
She was also the first woman painter to achieve this status.
But a few women painters also appeared who learned painting by private lessons.
That's why I don't think there have been great women painters.
"The women painters had to go through the established academies, which were controlled by men."
What is it about women painters that invites such florid treatment?
Sometimes I think it's nice for a woman painter.
It was the heyday, never to be rivaled, of women painters in the theater.
Women sculptors took longer to appear than women painters, and were less prominent until the 20th century.
Maria was not the only woman painter in Haarlem.