Celebrated Feminist artist Judy Chicago highlights the role of women in history with this stunning linen tea towel.
Taken from a place setting from her iconic work 'The Dinner Party', Chicago pays homage to astronomer Caroline Herschel, the first female astronomer to discover a comet, and who had a long and distinguished career in her chosen field. Herschel's influence is clearly seen in the tea towel including the night sky and comets, and would look amazing framed on a wall. Chicago is exhibiting at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art from 16th November 2019 to 19th April 2020 showing the first UK survey of her pioneering work.
The tea towel is 100% linen, comes in a gift envelope and measures 50 cm x 67 cm.
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