Margaret D. H. Keane
Margaret D. H. Keane (born 1927) is the creator of the iconic "big-eyed waifs" paintings of the 1960s. Her work was originally sold under her husband's name, who claimed he was the artist without her permission, saying they would sell better under a man's signature.

In the '60s Keane became one of the most successful and well known artists, where even major hitters like Andy Warhol expressed liking her pieces. After their divorce she came out and claimed ownership of her work.