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Author: John Barrell
ISBN: 019817392X
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 320 pages
Publisher Oxford University Press (August 20, 1992)
Language English
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In recent years the study of British art, especially of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, has been transformed. This has been the result of a general awareness of the theoretical issues involved in the study of culture and society, and the new emphasis given to the questions of class, race, and gender, which has produced a new, interdisciplinary approach to the In recent years the study of British art, especially of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, has been transformed.

An emerging general awareness of the theoretical issues involved in the study of culture and society, and the new emphasis given to the questions of class, race and gender, has produced an interdisciplinary approach to the study of British art, particularly of the 18th and 19th centuries. These essays are by scholars from various disciplines, many of whom have been at the forefront of this transformation

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In recent years the study of British art, especially of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, has been transformed

In recent years the study of British art, especially of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, has been transformed. This has been the result of a general awareness of the theoretical issues involved in the study of culture and society, and the new emphasis given to the questions of class, race, and gender, which has produced a new, interdisciplinary approach to the study of British art. The essays in this book, all previously unpublished, are written by scholars from various disciplines, many of whom have been at the forefront of this transformation.

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These essays are by scholars from various disciplines on subjects such as Gainsborough, Turner, the teaching of art to women, 18th-century social theories of painting, femininity and exotic cultures.

In recent years the study of British art, especially of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, has been transformed. This has been the result of a general awareness of the theoretical issues involved in the study of culture and society, and the new emphasis given to the questions of class, race, and gender, which has produced a new, interdisciplinary approach to the study of British art. The essays in this book, all previously unpublished, are written by scholars from various disciplines, many of whom have been at the forefront of this transformation. There are essays on Gainsborough, Joseph Wright of Derby, Turner and Benjamin Robert Haydon; on the teaching of art to women, on eighteenth-century social theories of painting, and on the representation of industrial landscape, of femininity, and of "exotic" and oriental cultures. The result is a book which will be of equal interest to scholars and students of the history of art, literature, social history, cultural studies, and women's studies.