With Pen and Graver: Women Graphic Artists Before 1900
February 24, 1995 – January 28, 1996
National Museum of American History
1300 Constitution Ave., NW
3rd Floor, West Wing, Graphic Arts Hall
The changing role of women in the 19th and early 20th century is examined through prints, photographs of women printmakers, copperplates, books, and tools. This exhibition also looks at how the printmaking world offered women a socially acceptable avenue to earn a living.