Nochlin, Linda

Nochlin, Linda (b. Weinberg)

(1931–  ) art historian; born in New York City. She studied at Vassar (B.A. 1951), Columbia University (M.A. 1952), and New York University (NYU) (Ph.D. 1963). She taught art at Vassar (1952–80), City University of New York (1980–90), Yale (1990), and at NYU's Institute of Fine Arts (1992). She specialized in painting and sculpture of the 19th and 20th centuries, and was one of the first scholars to define feminist issues in 19th-century painting.
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Nochlin, Linda (1971) "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" ARTnews.
In their navigations of the art world, they are acutely aware of Linda Nochlin's 1971 assertion: "The fact of the matter is that there have been no supremely great women artists" (Nochlin, Linda. "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" ARTnews, 1971: 22).
NOCHLIN, Linda. "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" In: REIMAN, Karen C.; SAENZ, Inda.
(5.) Nochlin, Linda, "Why have there been no great women artists," (1971), in Women, art, and power, and other essays.
Nochlin, Linda. "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" ARTnews 69.1 (January 1971): 22-39; 67-71.
Nochlin, Linda. "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" In Art and Sexual Politics, Thomas B.
(5) NOCHLIN, Linda, El realismo, Madrid, Alianza, 1991, p.
(3) NOCHLIN, Linda, "?Por que no ha habido grandes mujeres artistas?", en Amazonas del arte nuevo, catalogo de la exposicion (Madrid, 2008), Madrid, Fundacion Mapfre, 2008.