Juul Kraijer

"In 1759 the king commissioned her to teach midwifery to rural women to reduce infant mortality. Between 1760 to 1783, she traveled rural France, sharing her knowledge with women. During this time, she is estimated to have directly trained 4,000 students.

Du Coudray invented the first lifesize obstetrical mannequin, called “The Machine.” Various strings and straps serve to simulate the process of childbirth. The head of the infant mannequin has a shaped nose, stitched ears, hair drawn with ink, and an open mouth, with tongue.”

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Julie Sarloutte

hand embriodered

Seth Halverson

 Kahn & Selesnick

Truppe Fledermaus and the Carnival at the End of the World

Prue Stent

The Runaways

On His Way

Maja Ruznic

ink and gauche

Whisper Cutter


Rodel Tapaya

R. Freymuth-Frazier

R. Freymuth-Frazier


Aurel Schmidt