Third Drawer Down Studio in collaboration with feminist artist Judy Chicago presents the Caroline Herschel Linen Tea Towel. Caroline Herschel was a pioneering female astronomer, and the first woman to discover a comet. Her amazing achievements enabled generations of women to develop a career in the sciences, a field that was once exclusively reserved for men. This tea towel design comes from one of the place settings from Judy Chicago's iconic work now exhibiting at The Brooklyn Museum, The Dinner Party.
About the Artist
Judy Chicago is an artist, author of fourteen books, educator and humanist whose work and life are models for an enlarged definition of art, an expanded role for the artist, and women’s rights to freedom of expression.
Chicago is well-known for her role in creating a Feminist art and art education program in California during the early 1970’s and for her monumental work The Dinner Party (1974 – 1979) which is now housed at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art in the Brooklyn Museum, New York.
Materials + care instructions
-50cm x 67cm (19” x 26”)
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