In this episode Sadie introduces us to the only known female artist (and founder) of the British pop art movement – Pauline Boty. Despite being a woman in a man’s world, Boty was never afraid to express her femininity, and sexuality and became a true icon of 1970s feminism. Despite early childhood disapproval of her stepping outside the gender norms (painting was a very masculine career), she went on to become a major player in the British art scene and make a lasting impact despite her tragic and early death.

Content produced by: More Than A Muse

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Pauline Boty: The ONLY Female British Pop Art Artist
By: More Than A Muse