This display of works from the collections of the Bethlem Museum highlights the perspectives of women artists on their experiences of life from childhood to old age, taking in themes ranging from maternity to mental distress. Artists featured include Anna Kavan, Cynthia Pell and Elise Warriner Pacquette. Find out more from the Bethlem Museum’s website.
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