(1865 - 1938)
Suzanne Valadon was active/lived in France. Suzanne Valadon is known for figure, landscape and still-life painting.
A French painter of figures, still life, floral art and landscape, and
the first female artist to be admitted to the Société Nationale des
Beaux-Arts, Suzanne Valadon specialized in modernist figure work in oil
pastel. She was such a perfectionist that it was not unusual for
her to wait more than ten years before releasing a work from her
studio. Unlike many artists working at the same time, she was
financially successful during her lifetime. She broke tradition
with her figure painting in that she often depicted unglamorous female
nude figures, homely women, who obviously had no interest in attracting
men and were just having a good time being who they were. Her
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