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    You Go, Girls: "Women's Work" at National Academy Museum and School

    "Women's Work" at the National Academy Museum & School in New York includes Colleen Browning's oil on canvas.

    "Women's Work" at the National Academy Museum & School in New York includes Colleen Browning's oil on canvas.

    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.

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