Paul-Émile Borduas

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    were all artists, a job that was always done by men before. We just have to think of female writers who had to write using a man’s name. It was the case of Janette Bertrand, a well-known francophone author. Woman weren’t perceived the same way, even Borduas admitted that at first, he didn’t take seriously any of his female co-authors. But by working with them, he realized that they could do the same or even better than men. Besides all of that, the women artists