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Suffragette poster

Suffragette poster

By 1915, suffragists were bold–and impatient–enough to try something new.

By 1915, suffragists were bold–and impatient–enough to try something new.

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This suffragette propaganda poster was designed by Catherine Courtauld in 1912. Sister of Samuel, founder of the Courtauld Institute of Art, Catherine was a member of the Suffrage Atelier, a group of artists based in Shepherd's Bush, west London, who produced handmade prints and stencils to promote the 'Votes for Women' campaign. The Anti-Suffrage Ostrich, shown burying its head, refers to the 'stupidity' and 'ignorance' of the anti-suffrage campaign that continued to deny women's freedom

This suffragette propaganda poster was designed by Catherine Courtauld in 1912. Sister of Samuel, founder of the Courtauld Institute of Art, Catherine was a member of the Suffrage Atelier, a group of artists based in Shepherd's Bush, west London, who produced handmade prints and stencils to promote the 'Votes for Women' campaign. The Anti-Suffrage Ostrich, shown burying its head, refers to the 'stupidity' and 'ignorance' of the anti-suffrage campaign that continued to deny women's freedom

The Suffragette Weekly. Edited by Christabel Pankhurst

The Suffragette Weekly. Edited by Christabel Pankhurst

Artist Sylvia Pankhurst designed a brooch as a literal badge of honor for ex-prisoners, featuring a Broad Arrow (the mark of prisoners' garb) enameled in purple, green, and white displayed on a portcullis, the medieval gate that is the symbol of Parliament. That symbol became so important that she put it on the cover of her history, "The Suffragette." Link goes to a post for "Grandmothers Choice" - a sampler quilt honoring the suffrage movement.

Artist Sylvia Pankhurst designed a brooch as a literal badge of honor for ex-prisoners, featuring a Broad Arrow (the mark of prisoners' garb) enameled in purple, green, and white displayed on a portcullis, the medieval gate that is the symbol of Parliament. That symbol became so important that she put it on the cover of her history, "The Suffragette." Link goes to a post for "Grandmothers Choice" - a sampler quilt honoring the suffrage movement.

Le mouvement des suffragettes et la vaccination obligatoire

Le mouvement des suffragettes et la vaccination obligatoire

Old suffragette poster

Old suffragette poster

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A quoi ressemble une publicité féministe ? Parce que oui ça existe ! - Les…

A quoi ressemble une publicité féministe ? Parce que oui ça existe ! - Les…

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