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Anonymous Was a Woman: A Celebration in Words and Images of Traditional American Art and the Women Who Made It Paperback – September 15, 1995
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"Anonymous Was a Woman celebrates the raw creativity of America's lost artists: our foremothers." --Rita Mae Brown
"As true a lovingly pieced-together patchwork quilt as the artifacts of the ordinary women it celebrates...very moving." --Merge Piercy
"A splendid book, original, perceptive, and deeply moving." --Gerda Lerner, writer and historian
"A wonderful addition to the literature." --Adam Gopnik, art critic for The New Yorker
About the Author
Phyllis Rose, whose preface is new to this addition of the book, is the author of Parallel Lives and editor of The Norton Book of Women's Lives.
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