The National Visual Art Gallery, which is located in Kuala Lumpur, has become the main organization responsible to manage and oversee visual artwork collections. The Gallery has been collecting various disciplines of visual artwork since its establishment in 1958. Based on previous related studies, which include observations from the past and current visual art exhibitions, the documentation on history and development on the visual art of painting and revolution of modern artists in Malaysia was well established. Therefore, the objective of this study was to investigate the history of women artists in Malaysia, in order to determine the visual artwork development that contributes to the visual art movement of this country. Then, several samples of the selected artwork produced by women artists were classified and categorized appropriately. A suitable method was used to interpret and trace the relation of history in how it influences the style of visual artwork in Malaysia. It is hoped that through this study, the uniqueness and creativity of the women artists’ artwork can be brought to attention and subsequently appreciated. Indeed, the establishment of women artists’ artwork through this study is to highlight the uniqueness and the creativity of the women artists’ artwork.