Victorian Female Artists

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History

 

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Kathleen O

 

Date added:

April 1, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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7 / 1957

 

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To examine and assess the ways in which women were constrained in their employment from both a practical perspective and from the perspective of the ways in which they were critically viewed by society, it is important to consider the prescribed ideal feminine identity that women were pressed to achieve...
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Indeed, an established ideology of the Victorians was to achieve the highest attributes according to ones gender. This highlights the Victorians' idea that women were radically different to men not just physically but also mentally and emotionally as well. The ideal Victorian woman was dainty, graceful, domestic and above all obedient, and as men were considered to be the physically stronger sex it was established that they were also psychologically more powerful and able...
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