The imaginative art of women Surrealists

Why are the names Sage, Varo and Tanning not as well-known as Dali, Miro and Magritte? Surrealism was a groundbreaking art movement, yet the women Surrealist artists working in this important twentieth-century style didn’t receive as much institutional and market attention as their male counterparts during their lifetime. This is changing. Recent global exhibitions, record-setting prices at auction and acquisitions by private and public collections warrant a look at the practitioners of this important visual and literary movement that is still relevant today.

In the second webinar in our Art Insights: In Depth series, we’ll explore the inventive artwork and marketplace for women Surrealists whose works are gaining value, attention and recognition among today’s collectors.

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