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Marsden Hartley : race, region, and nation

Auteur: Donna Cassidy
Uitgever: Hanover, NH : University Press of New England, ©2005.
Serie: Revisiting New England.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Biografie : Engels : 1st edAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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"At the vanguard of renewed interest in Maine's influential early modernist Marsden Hartley (1877-1943), author Donna M. Cassidy appraises the contemporary social, political, and economic realities that shaped Hartley's landmark later art. During the late 1930s and early 1940s, Hartley strove to represent the distinctive subjects of his native region - the North Atlantic folk, the Maine coast, and Mount Katahdin -
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Genoemd persoon: Marsden Hartley; Marsden Hartley; Marsden Hartley; Marsden Hartley
Genre: Biografie, Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Donna Cassidy
ISBN: 1584654465 9781584654469
OCLC-nummer: 56682751
Beschrijving: xiii, 395 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Inhoud: Introduction: Beyond Hartley the Modernist. --
I. Painting and marketing region. The "Painter from Maine" and New England regionalism ; Consumerism, tourism, and regional art. --
II. Inventing the past. Autobiography: creating the self, region, and nation ; The Lincoln portraits: between autobiography and public history ; Artifacts and the historical landscape. --
III. Representing the folk. The folk and the Modernist primitive ; The working-class male body: masculinity, homosexuality, and nation ; The North Atlantic folk and racial discourse. --
Appendixes: Essays by Marsden Hartley. "New England on the trapeze" ; "The six greatest New England painters" ; "On the subject of nativeness --
a tribute to Maine" "This country of Maine" ; "George Fuller" ; "The Nordica homestead" ; "Fanny [sic] Hardy Eckstorm --
Penobscot man."
Serietitel: Revisiting New England.
Andere titels: Race, region, and nation
Verantwoordelijkheid: Donna M. Cassidy.
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"At the vanguard of renewed interest in Maine's influential early modernist Marsden Hartley (1877-1943), author Donna M. Cassidy appraises the contemporary social, political, and economic realities that shaped Hartley's landmark later art. During the late 1930s and early 1940s, Hartley strove to represent the distinctive subjects of his native region - the North Atlantic folk, the Maine coast, and Mount Katahdin - producing work that demands an interpretive approach beyond art history's customary biographical, stylistic, and thematic methodologies.".

"In Marsden Hartley, Cassidy, sensitive to the psychological and gender analysis traditionally central to interpretations of Hartley, becomes the first scholar to reassess his late work in light of contemporary American perceptions of race, ethnicity, place, and history. This new book resonates not only as a seminal Hartley study and a complex art and cultural history, but as an example of applied early twentieth-century American intellectual history informed by an impressive command of primary and secondary interdisciplinary literature. Numerous rich illustrations, as well as transcriptions of several key essays by Hartley - some never before published, including "This Country of Maine" (1937-38) - round out this revolutionary treatment."--BOOK JACKET.

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