Women and Academies in Eighteenth-Century Italy
Women participated in the academies in eighteenth-century Italy, starting with the Roman Arcadia, the first academy that accepted women. In this chapter, the presence and roles of women in the academies is investigated. The chapter discusses the period when the academies opened to women, the restrictions imposed, and which female models were promulgated through their presence in the academies.
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