Τετάρτη, 1 Φεβρουαρίου 2017

19th-century female artist finally gets credit for works in Canadian gallery

Caroline Louisa Daly’s A Whale Stranded In Tracadie Harbour, North Side of PEI,
September 1858. Photograph: Courtesy of the Confederation Centre Art Gallery

For nearly half a century, Caroline Louisa Daly’s sketches and watercolours have graced the walls of one of the largest galleries in Atlantic Canada – but until recently they were always mistakenly attributed to two male artists.


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