“At last, Labille-Guiard receives her fair account in the history of women artists.”—HerStoria Magazine
“This concise study, written in lucid prose, offers a detailed biography and close analyses of the most important works.”—The Art Book
“During the Revolution [Labille-Guiard] cast her lot with neither party, which helped her to survive but caused her to fall between the cracks of history. This book, the first in English on its subject, restores her to her proper place.”—Art & Antiques
“A beautifully produced monograph. . . . Auricchio guides us securely through current theories and compellingly narrates the political events.”—Apollo
About the Author
Laura Auricchio is assistant professor of art history at the School of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons The New School for Design.