Mooncakes and Pomelos - the incandescent artwork of Georgette Chen
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Women artists, especially before the mid-twentieth century, were in world terms, a rare breed. This is because art materials were expensive and so was training as an artist. The leisure to make art simply was not available to most women who had to content themselves with channeling their artistic talents into home crafts - knitting, sewing, food preparation, etc. Consequently, women who were able to develop and hone their art skills and style were few and far between.
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For Mooncakes with Green Pomelos see https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/asset-viewer/mooncakes-with-green-pomelo/-gHSzrik-js4hg?projectId=art-project&hl=en