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Biodiversity Heritage Library (@biodivlibrary)
biodivlibrary13.03.2019 11:28:08

Thank you so much for sharing and highlighting the #HerNaturalHistory  campaign! We have been so thrilled to learn more about so many amazing women in natural history, including so many female illustrators. We’re pleased that a good number of the women on the Suggested Article Work List for the Workshop are natural history illustrators. We can’t wait to work with the community to help improve information about them in Wikipedia 😊

Laurence de Valmy Art (@laurencedevalmy)
laurencedevalmy13.03.2019 12:12:15

For my talented women artists friends inspired by nature @nika.k.art  @brandy__kraft  🌸🌳

Clare Kirkconnell (@clare_kirkconnell)
clare_kirkconnell13.03.2019 15:04:37

Mary Delany (from late 1700s) did paper cutout collages of flowers and plants.... meticulously correct and astonishingly beautiful. “The Paper Garden” is a great read on her.

jyoti ness (@jyotiness)
jyotiness14.03.2019 16:39:59

Love this post.

J . F. B U S W E L L (@ellicottcitygirl)
ellicottcitygirl14.03.2019 01:37:43

I don’t think I could, but thank you for sharing and informing me 😍

Roberta Allen (@roberta_allen)
roberta_allen14.03.2019 01:06:41

Maria Sibylla Merian 1647-1717 German Illustrator, brought back AMAZING drawings from the Amazon. She was 63 when she took this trip. She should be better known.

Roberta Allen (@roberta_allen)
roberta_allen14.03.2019 01:06:39

Maria Sibylla Merian 1647-1717 German Illustrator, brought back AMAZING drawings from the Amazon. She was 63 when she took this trip. She should be better known.

Lynn Foskett Pierson (@lynnfoskettartist)
lynnfoskettartist13.03.2019 23:22:46

😍

Melissa Ann Pinney (@melissa_ann_pinney)
melissa_ann_pinney13.03.2019 21:35:41

#annaatkins 

Michele Colburn (@michele.colburnartist)
michele.colburnartist13.03.2019 18:18:17

Alice Tangerini, Botanical Illustrator for the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. #InYourOwnBackyard, #HerNauralHistory, #5WomenArtists 

Lique Schoot - LS diaries (@ls.diaries_photography)
ls.diaries_photography13.03.2019 16:46:48

❤️

Historical SciArt (@histsciart)
histsciart13.03.2019 15:12:32

Thank you so much for tagging me! These women have been a tremendous influence in my life because they were able to find ways to advance science and understanding of our world through their art at a time when they weren’t allowed to be educated and work as scientists. Art education, if they were given it, was socially and culturally acceptable, but they really pushed the boundaries for science accepting women into their ranks.

VΛLTΛM (@valticam)
valticam13.03.2019 13:59:07

@t_de_jazmin  look at these beautiful illustrations, all drawn by women! 🌟

Krista Kennedy (@kkmodelhipster)
kkmodelhipster13.03.2019 13:56:41

Great pic array 😊

Cynthia Genus (@samia_cynthia_)
samia_cynthia_13.03.2019 11:49:10

+ Regina Olson Hughes

American Antiquarian Society (@americanantiquarian)
americanantiquarian13.03.2019 11:08:27

Can’t wait to read Orra’s edited entry!!!

Sarah Robins ☮️⭐️❤️ (@sarahro88)
sarahro8813.03.2019 11:05:58

➕ Anna Atkins and Marianne North 🙌🙌

Dinora Justice (@dinorajustice)
dinorajustice13.03.2019 13:29:15

Lise Cloquet

Amber Daley (@awaywithamber)
awaywithamber17.03.2019 22:12:58

@trishwinn  Thought you'd appreciate these!

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