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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
When time began to rant and rage.
London : Merrell Holberton Publishers, ©1998
|Named Person:||Jack Butler Yeats|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Christen Steward; Bruce Arnold; Walker Art Gallery.
|ISBN:||1858940591 9781858940595 1858940745 9781858940748|
|Notes:||Published on the occasion of an exhibition held at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool and three other institutions between Oct. 16, 1998 and Dec. 1999.|
|Description:||288 pages : illustrations (some color), map ; 30 cm|
|Contents:||The Irishness of Irish painting / James Christen Steward --
Public, private, and a national spirit / Colm Toíbín --
Some men and a picture / Kenneth McConkey --
Framing Irelsnd's history : art, politics, and representation, 1914-1929 / Sighle Bhreathnach-Lynch --
Jack Yeats and the making of Irish art in the twentieth century / Bruce Arnold --
Irish women painters and the introduction of modernism / Marianne Hartigan --
Irish painting, tradition and post-war internationalism / Peter Murray --
Madonna and maiden, mistress and mother : woman as symbol of Ireland and spirit of the nation / Paula Murphy --
Politics / Aidan Dunne --
Strategic representations : notes on Irish art since the 1980s / Caoimhín Mac Golla Léith --
Catalogue / John Losito and James Steward.
|Responsibility:||James Christen Steward, editor ; with essays by Bruce Arnold [and others].|