Women Readers in French Painting 1870-1890: A Space for the Imagination

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2012 - 239 pagina's
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A monograph examining the representation of women reading in late-19th-century French art, this book evaluates the pictorial significance of this imagery, its popular and critical reception, and its relevance to changing notions of femininity and social relations from 1870 to 1886.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

Introduction
1
Knowing others
15
1870 oil on canvas 37 5 X 45 7 cm 1 10 Edouard Manet The Gare
24
Hanna Fund 1950 89 The Cleveland 2 1 Gustave Caillebotte Interior Woman
30
1883 etching with drypoint engraving 1876 oil on canvas 46 X 55 cm private
38
Making news
47
Bridgeman Art Library Reading an Illustrated Journal 188081
60
A republic of readers
79
1885 oil on panel 26 7 X 21 cm Easel c 188488 black chalk on cream
98
Reading idylls
127
Books and bodies
157
Reading and sociability
187
literacies and modernities
211
Bibliography
221
Index
235
Copyright

Museum Purchase 3 5 Marie Adrien Lavieille Going
92

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Over de auteur (2012)

Kathryn Brown is Assistant Professor of Art History at Tilburg University, The Netherlands.

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