Great period

The cover of the book Great Women Painters includes these three words—great women painters, but a colorful line crosses out the word women.

“The title of this book states its mission,” writes Marissa Moss in a review in The New York Times.

“By including the descriptor women, but crossing it out, claim is clearly made: these artists are great period. Not great only ‘among women,’ but among all painters.”

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