Adriana Pincherle (1906–96) and Eloisa Pacini (1928–74) are two very different painters in style and in personality, whose commonality was their love for Florence—the place they made their creative home. They are the “leading ladies” of the 2016 edition of “Women Artists of the 1900s”. This biennial program pairs together a well-known artist with one awaiting discovery. Its focus is research, restoration and exhibition of works by modern women artists, who lived and worked in Tuscany. The two small-scale but unique exhibitions listed below provide a wonderful opportunity to compare and contrast their art this spring.