Judy Chicago’s seminal 1973 work, the Reincarnation Triptych, is made up of three paintings, each featuring a creative female trailblazer chosen by Chicago to collectively represent women’s historical struggle to overcome societal and cultural constraints during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The plates in this limited-edition series serve as a canvas for the different members of Chicago’s line-up, including Mme. de Staël, a French literary theoretician and philosopher, feminist novelist George Sand, and modernist author Virginia Woolf. The porcelain has been painstakingly matched to the original works, with Chicago’s signature core-central imagery printed in dazzling technicolor surrounded by the artist’s personal written musings on each pioneering woman. This plate comes beautifully gift boxed for easy gift giving. Measures 8.5 in.