The male icons of the Bauhaus—like Klee and Albers—are world-renowned. But the women artists who taught, studied, and made groundbreaking work with them are often remembered in history books as wives of their male counterparts or, worse, not at all.
Source: The Women of the Bauhaus School – Artsy
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