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Sylvia Pankhurst

Norris, Katy, Cohen, Rebeka, Barneby, Nicky
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Eiderdown Books
Published: September 9, 2019
ISBN: 9781916041608
64 pages

£10.99

The daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst (who would become one of the most recognised names in the British women’s suffrage movement), Sylvia Pankhurst was raised in a socialist household and sought to lead a creative life. Through her striking portraits of women at work in the factories, as well as her designs for badges, banners, murals and even tea -sets, her artistic endeavours furthered the argument for universal equal rights.

Altogether, Pankhurst’s work created a visual culture for the modern women’s movement and her artistic output is only now being re-evaluated as a critical part of understanding British social history.

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