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Google gave space to 17th-century Dutch painter Judith Leyster on Monday in recognition of her artwork.

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Leyster Born in 1609 in Haarlem, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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Leyster financial success through her paintings.

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His work was almost forgotten. After he died in 1960,

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The painter died at the age of 50.

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He painted with France Hals and for many centuries.

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She penetrated the predominantly male class of painters and gained fame.

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According to Google, its Doodle was created to remember the day in 2009.

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When the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem debuted a Leyster exhibition that was intended to be a corrective.

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The Serenade and the Jolly Topper are two of Judith Leicester's earliest and most famous pieces of artwork, both dating from 1629.

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Google has used its Doodles to honor female artists.

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By writing J.L. and crossing it out with a star,

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The artist gave the painting a distinctive signature.

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Leyster established her own studios and taught students these skills in addition to creating portraits.

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Her art experienced a resurgence as a result of the 2009 exhibition, which also took place at the National Gallery of Art.

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