Artemisia Gentileschi | Late Career

In 1630, Artemisia moved to Naples, where she established herself as a successful painter, receiving commissions from prominent patrons. Artemisia’s time in Naples also saw her establish connections with the royal families of Europe. In 1638, she was invited to London by Charles I, who appointed her as the court painter, making her the first woman to hold such a position.


Anna Bilińska

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Art Prints

  • "A Horse Fair" by Rosa Bonheur

  • "Self-Portrait" by Anna Bilinska


  • French Art at the Hermitage

  • Rosa Bonheur

  • By Her Hand: Artemisia

  • Anna Bilinska

  • Ai Weiwei

  • Maya Lin

  • Chagall to Malevich

  • A Mediated Magic