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. . . the teacher (minister etc etc) works for the love of man, the artist
(scientist etc) works for the love of the thing -- and I think that the difficulty about a woman’s being an artist is not only that “the occupation runs counter to the usual expectations concerning women,” but that it is in a measure contrary to the nature itself of woman. [Letter to AWWA 6/17/1894]
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We have used dark backgrounds on this site to ensure the exhibition paintings will be viewed to their best advantage. The background color will make these pages difficult to print if you have your browser set to print backgrounds. If you wish to print pages with dark backgrounds, we recommend that you do the following:


America Online 4.0 for PC (black-and-white printer)

Microsoft Internet Explorer for PC (black-and-white printer)

Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 for PC (color printer)

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 for PC (color printer)

Microsoft Internet Explorer for Macintosh (black-and-white or color printer)

Netscape Navigator 3.0 for PC (black-and-white or color printer)

Netscape Navigator 3.0 for Macintosh (black-and-white or color printer)

Netscape Communicator 4.x for PC or Macintosh (black-and-white or color printer)


America Online 4.0 for PC/Microsoft Internet Explorer for PC (black-and-white printer)
Pages print well with normal settings.


Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 for PC (color printer)

1. From the View menu, choose Internet Options.

2. Click the "Accessibility" button.

3. Check "Ignore colors specified on Web pages."

4. Click OK.

5. Click OK.

6. Print the page or pages.

To restore original settings:

1. From the View menu, choose Internet Options.

2. Click the "Accessibility" button.

3. Uncheck "Ignore colors specified on Web pages."

4. Click OK.

5. Click OK.



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Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 for PC (color printer)

1. From the Tools menu, choose Internet Options.

2. Click the "Accessibility" button.

3. Check "Ignore colors specified on Web pages."

4. Click OK.

5. Click OK.

6. Print the page or pages.


To restore original settings:

1. From the Tools menu, choose Internet Options.

2. Click the "Accessibility" button.

3. Uncheck "Ignore colors specified on Web pages."

4. Click OK.

5. Click OK.



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Microsoft Internet Explorer for Macintosh (black-and-white or color printer)

1. From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.

2. Select the Web Content category under Web Browser.

3. Uncheck "Allow page to specify colors."

4. Click OK.

5. Print the page or pages.


To restore original settings:

1. From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.

2. Select the Web Content category under Web Browser.

3. Check "Allow page to specify colors."

4. Click OK.



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Netscape Navigator 3.0 for PC (black-and-white or color printer)

1. From the Options menu, choose General Preferences.

2. Choose the Colors tab.

3. Check "Always Use My Colors, Overriding Document."

4. Click OK.

5. Print the page or pages.


To restore original settings:

1. From the Options menu, choose General Preferences.

2. Choose the Colors tab.

3. Uncheck "Always Use My Colors, Overriding Document."

4. Click OK.


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Netscape Navigator 3.0 for Macintosh (black-and-white or color printer)

1. From the Options menu, choose General Preferences.

2. Choose the Colors tab.

3. Under Color Control, select "Always Use Mine."

4. Under Background, click Custom.

5. Choose HSL or RGB color wheel and choose a white background.

6. Click OK.

7. Print the page or pages. If you are using a color printer, you may select Monochrome or Color printing in Print Options.

To restore original settings:

1. From the Options menu, choose General Preferences.

2. Choose the Colors tab.

3. Under Color Control, select "Let Document Override."

4. Under Background, click Default.

5. Click OK.


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Netscape Communicator 4.x for PC or Macintosh (black-and-white or color printers)

1. From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.

2. Select the Colors category under Appearance.

3. Check "Always use my colors, overriding document" (PC) or "Always use my colors, overriding page" (Macintosh).

4. Click OK.

5. Print the page or pages.


To restore original settings:

1. From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.

2. Select the Colors category under Appearance.

3. Uncheck "Always use my colors, overriding document" (PC) or "Always use my colors, overriding page" (Macintosh).

4. Click OK.
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Anna Richards Brewster, American Impressionist
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