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Representing Women

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  • Author:
    NOCHLIN Linda
  • ISBN:
    9780500294758
  • Publication Date:
    28/02/2019
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    272
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Thames and Hudson
  • Country of Publication:
Representing Women
Representing Women

Representing Women

Regular price $45.00
Unit price
per
  • Author:
    NOCHLIN Linda
  • ISBN:
    9780500294758
  • Publication Date:
    28/02/2019
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    272
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Thames and Hudson
  • Country of Publication:
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    Women -- as warriors, workers, mothers, lovers--haunt nineteenth and twentieth-century Western painting. This republication of Representing Women brings together the late Linda Nochlin's most important and pioneering writings on the representation of women in art as she considers works by Jean-Francois Millet, Eugene Delacroix, Gustave Courbet, Edgar Degas, Georges Seurat, Mary Cassatt, and Kathe Kollwitz, among many others.

    In a riveting, partly autobiographical introduction, Nochlin argues for the honest virtues of an art history that rejects methodological presuppositions and for art historians to investigate the work before their eyes while focusing on its subject matter, informed by a sensitivity to its feminist spirit.

    Featured in the December 2018 Art newsletter.
    To receive this newsletter regularly please email us with your name and contact details.

Product description

Women -- as warriors, workers, mothers, lovers--haunt nineteenth and twentieth-century Western painting. This republication of Representing Women brings together the late Linda Nochlin's most important and pioneering writings on the representation of women in art as she considers works by Jean-Francois Millet, Eugene Delacroix, Gustave Courbet, Edgar Degas, Georges Seurat, Mary Cassatt, and Kathe Kollwitz, among many others.

In a riveting, partly autobiographical introduction, Nochlin argues for the honest virtues of an art history that rejects methodological presuppositions and for art historians to investigate the work before their eyes while focusing on its subject matter, informed by a sensitivity to its feminist spirit.

Featured in the December 2018 Art newsletter.
To receive this newsletter regularly please email us with your name and contact details.