This etching is a superb and eloquent example of Philip Evergood’s place as a social commentator. It is proves Evergood’s enduring position in art history as a leading proponent of the use of art for social commentary.
According to Lippard, it is generally unknown how many impressions of Evergood’s works were pulled. As is frequently true, Evergood’s titling was inconsistent. This work has been seen titled Woman Suffering and a different work was also titled Suffering Woman.
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