Alexis Krasilovsky
Alexis Krasilovsky





A feminist film about cows made in the heart of America's conservative dairyland.




- Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times


"There are a couple of cows in 18th century landscapes. In the 19th century, when representational painting was still the only kind of art, only men were allowed to study nudes. Finally an American named Thomas Eakins opened an art school where women were allowed to study them too. Only women were't allowed to study human nudes, they only allowed cow nudes."
- from the soundtrack

Available as a bonus feature on DVD for End of the Art World .

3 minutes, 16mm, hand-painted color/so (1972) A Rafael Film Production.

Category: Experimental Film

Plot Keywords: Feminism, art history, women artists, Women's Studies, cows

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Let Them Eat Cake

Let Them Eat Cake


Women Behind the Camera

Women Behind the Camera DVD Cover


End of the Art World

End of the Art World Still with Andy Warhol


Some Women Writers
Kill Themselves

Some Women Writers Kill Themselves DVD Cover



Exile DVD Cover


Beale Street

Beale Street DVD Cover

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See Also: Women Behind The and


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