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Check Out This 17th Century Portrait By One of Britain's First Professional Female Painters 

As part of attempts to better represent women in the history of British art, the Tate Britain has acquired a rare 17th century portrait by Joan Carlile, one of the country’s earliest female professional painters. It’s now the museum’s oldest painting by a woman. Read more...
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