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Woman's Art Journal is the periodical of choice for those interested in women artists and issues related to women in all areas of the visual arts. Published semiannually in May and November, each issue features between five and seven original scholarly articles and ten to fifteen book reviews and includes black and white images and, since volume 20, eight color pages, including back and front covers. Subjects covered range from antiquity to postmodern debates. Articles and book reviews document the art and lives of neglected women artists (also the accomplishments of some patrons and art historians), offer new perspectives on the lives and works of better-known artists, and deconstruct images of women in canonical paintings. The texts are clearly written; page counts range from 56 to 68. For additional information, see http://womansartjournal.org
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