Launched this fall, Pioneers explores British women artists who "defied the status-quo." The curation is directed by Philip Mould, an art dealer and commentator, and housed within his London art gallery, Philip Mould & Company. Spanning the 16th through 20th centuries, the exhibition shows the evolution of how women were represented in art and art history, both as muses and makers. Though in part operating as a sales portal (most of the pieces were pulled from the gallery's stock, and some are tagged as "sold"), the exhibition is also a catalog for viewers around the world to foster appreciation for the contributions of these incredible creatives. Portraits predominate the collection, though some landscape pieces can also be found. Scrolling down the page, readers will also find a brief description of each century included in the collection, a list of exhibition reviews, a short welcome video from Mould, and links to related content (including blog posts and additional videos that analyze pieces).