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LGBTQ Artists

— Art and the battle for identity

Ali Al Jabri

A life of parallel universes

1942-2002

Alice Austen

1866-1952

Andy Warhol

The prince of pop

1928-1987

Beauford Delaney

Capturing the sacred light

1901-1979

Bernice Bing

The patient negotiation of mystery

1936-1998

Caravaggio

How a murderer invented Baroque painting

1571-1610

Clare Atwood

1866-1962

Claude Cahun

“Under this mask, another mask”

1894-1954

David Hockney

1937-

Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven

A living collage

1874-1927

Francis Bacon

The never-ending scream

1909-1992

Frida Kahlo

The exquisite agony of self-portraits

1907-1954

Gluck (Hannah Gluckstein)

Great painter and social icon

1895-1978

Hannah Höch

Dissecting the 'new woman' through collage

1889-1978

John Singer Sargent

Portrait painter extraordinaire

1856-1925

Leonor Fini

The brilliant bisexual cat-lady of surrealism

1907-1996

Marie Laurencin

Cubist Feminist

1883-1956

Marsden Hartley

Spirituality comes first, cult status second

1877-1943

Michelangelo

Time to flex

1475-1564

Robert Rauschenberg

Blowing up modernism

1925-2008

Romaine Brooks

Fiercely independent lesbian paints Paris in shades of gray

1874-1970

Rosa Bonheur

Love animals, wear pants, live without compromise

1822-1899

Simeon Solomon

Flamboyant, unrepentant, and fabulous

1840-1905

Tamara de Lempicka

Rediscover the elegance with luminous and brilliant colors

1898-1980
More Themes in Art

The Nude in Art

Getting out the skin

Manifestos

Self-portraits

The canvas mirror

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