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Paul Trebilcock’s “Mia Sposa, 1929” is on exhibit in “Feminine Likeness: Portraits of Women by American Artists, 1809-1950” at The Fralin Museum of Art through April 29. Courtesy of The Fralin Museum of Art

‘Feminine Likeness’ explores two sides of the canvas

Standing in The Fralin Museum of Art at UVA, surrounded by paintings from across the 19th and 20th centuries, you notice something about the passage of time in the museum’s current exhibition, “Feminine Likeness: Portraits of Women by American Artists, 1809-1950.” There’s a subtle shift as years slip by, a transformation in the representation of […]

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