Untitled, no. 3 of 34, from the illustrated book, Ode à l'oubli, 2002. Louise Bourgeois (American, born France. 1911–2010). Fabric collage, page: 11 3/4 x 13" (29.8 x 33 cm). Edition: not editioned. Gift of the artist. © 2012 Louise Bourgeois Trust.

3 of from the illustrated book, Ode à l'oubli Louise Bourgeois (American, born France. Fabric collage, page: 11 x x 33 cm).

Matisse: Animal Lover                                                                                                                                                      Más

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#ThrowbackThursday Louise Bourgeois in her home studio, 1974. © The Easton Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York. Photo: Mark Setteducati #louisebourgeois #diaartfoundation

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Louise Bourgeois ( spider artwork ) = NOT an ideal art work for arachnophobia sufferers ( that's most woman excluded from this gallery that day then ) ‼️

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Louise Bourgeois, Rejection.

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Bourgeois does owe a lot to the feminist movement. Born in Paris in 1911, she spent many of her early years known merely as the wife of Robert Goldwater, the American art historian with whom she moved to New York in the late 1930s. Though she drew, painted, sculpted and printed throughout the 1940s and '50s, Bourgeois didn't receive real art world attention until her 50s.

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