BRITISH WOMEN ARTISTS, 1750-1950: a Tate British Art Network Sub Group

About

Visit the British Women Artists, 1750-1950 website: http://hoaportal.york.ac.uk/hoaportal/britishwomenartists1750-1950.jsp

which is hosted on the History of Art Portal.

British Women Artists, 1750-1950 is a British Art Network (http://www.tate.org.uk/about/projects/british-art-network) Sub Group focusing on women’s artistic productivity in a variety of mediums.

The Grant

Sub Group Leader Katie J. T. Herrington (Postdoctoral Researcher, University of York) made a successful in a bid to the Tate British Art Network to establish British Women Artists, 1750-1950 for which funding of £1,000 was granted to the Department of History of Art, University of York in September 2015. This Sub Group is one of a number concerned with specific topics in British Art that Tate has been able to establish thanks to the award of Museum Resilience Funding from the Arts Council of England to continue and expand the work of the Subject Specialist British Art Network in 2015-18.