Final Final Point

Overall, this blog and project has shown to me that within Art History authorship, there needs to be more review and creation surrounding LBT identities from prior to the 1800’s. That even using the artwork one created can help an author build a solid foundation in reaction to male homosexual identities, yet has not been used in order to create female potential identities. This just proves that there is still a hierarchy of importance within our society, even when speaking of the LGBT+ community, of straight CIS white men. The previous hierarchy of importance established male friendship before even a male and woman’s marriage, and in our current professional society, there is still evidence of it. Authors could create a potential argument for female artists prior to the 1800’s, yet none have done that so far.
This now ends my Digital Project for Gender, Art, and Society.


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