Louise Bourgeois and Dorothea Rockburne have something in common. Besides the obvious—being female and artists—they and 51 others have pieces in “Women’s Work” at New York’s National Academy Museum & School through August 26. The paintings, drypoint engravings, and sculptures span more than a century. Earliest is a Mary Cassatt genre scene from 1889. Most recent is a 2010 abstract landscape by Frances Barth.