This art-centric timeline celebrates Women’s History Month.

We’ve got to hand it to Women’s History Month, swooping in with a little woman-powered motivation to propel us through these last weeks of winter. To kick things off, we’ve put together an art-centric snapshot of some notable moments in women’s history. Of course this chronology’s suuuuper abbreviated, but it’s a fun, artful approach to revisiting just a few of the many milestones and game-changers. We’ve got a long way to go in the fight for gender equality, but so many reasons to stay inspired. Take a look at our timeline below (more on the blog!), collect any of the featured artworks, and—hey!—support our women-run company in the process.

With art for everyone,
Team 20x200

Leucojam varium by Anna Atkins


The Ten Largest, No. 2, Childhood, Group IV by Hilma af Klint


Gas station. Kern County, California by Dorothea Lange


Frida Kahlo standing next to an agave plant by Toni Frissell


Tempo of the City: I. Fifth Avenue and 44th Street, Manhattan. by Berenice Abbott


Washington, D.C. Government charwoman by Gordon Parks


African American Women's Army Corps in the Snow, a 20x200 Vintage Edition


Birth Control Portrait I by Joan LeMay


Woman Hiking--WPA recreation project, Dist. No. 2, a 20x200 Vintage Edition


Grand Slam by Kellen Hatanaka


Reclaiming My Time by Gail Anderson


Full-time Feminist by Western Editions

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