Ema Sandys: was a 19th-century English Pre-Raphaelite painter.
Mary Cassatt: was an American painter and printmaker, but lived much of her adult life in France. Cassatt often created images of the social and private lives of women, with particular emphasis on the intimate bonds between mothers and children.
Anna Lea Merritt: was an American painter and printmaker active in Great Britain. She painted portraits, landscapes and religious scenes.
Annie Swynnerton: was a British painter best known for her portrait and symbolist
:bulletpurple:Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal: was an English artist, poet, and artists' model.
:bulletpurple:Ellen Robbins: was a 19th-century American botanical illustrator known for paintings of wildflowers and autumn leaves. She was one of the contributors to the first annual exhibition of the American Watercolor Society
:bulletpurple:Joanna Boyce: was a British painter of portraits, genre pictures, and occasionally landscapes. She was the sister of Pre-Raphaelite watercolourist George Price Boyce, and was herself associated with the Brotherhood.
:bulletpurple:Sarah Miriam Peale: was an American portrait painter, considered the first American woman to succeed as a professional artist. One of a family of artists of whom her uncle Charles Willson Peale was the most illustrious, Sarah Peale painted portraits mainly of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C. notables, politicians, and military figures.
:bulletpurple:Harriet Jane Moore: was a British watercolour artist who is best known for her drawings of Michael Faraday's work at the Royal Institution.
She documented his apartment, study, and laboratory in a series of waterco