The purpose of this article is to investigate the differences between men and women’s painting regardless of being limited to presuppositions about masculine and feminine art. Therefore, first the appearance of differences between men and women art during the eighteenth and nineteenth century is considered. Having done that, various types of women’s painting, Feminine painting and feminism painting are compared. Finally, by presenting a theoretical model, the article delineates the differences between visual technique, artistic style, and coloration in men’s and women’s painting. The statistic universe contains 2525 painting and the sample universe contains 370 painting which are presented in 60active gallery in Tehran in the first quarter of 1387. It is concluded that regarding visual technique, women’s painting is brighter, more ordered, clearer and more decorative than that of the men’s painting. They are also more symbolic and decorative from the point of style.