The Indian craze : primitivism, modernism, and transculturation in American art, 1890-1915 (Book, 2009) [WorldCat.org]
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The Indian craze : primitivism, modernism, and transculturation in American art, 1890-1915

Author: Elizabeth Hutchinson
Publisher: Durham NC : Duke University Press, 2009
Series: Objects/histories
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An historical examination of the early-twentieth-century Indian Craze, a widespread interest in Native American art, that explores its importance for Native Americans, Euro Americans, and the history  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Hutchinson
ISBN: 9780822343905 0822343908 9780822344087 0822344084
OCLC Number: 488444673
Notes: Unpacking the Indian corner. The white man's Indian art : teaching aesthetics at the Indian schools. Playing Indian : Native American art and modern aesthetics. The Indians in Käsebier's studio. Angel Decora's cultural politics
Description: 277 s., tav. : illustrations
Contents: Unpacking the Indian corner --
The white man's Indian art : teaching aesthetics at the Indian schools --
Playing Indian : Native American art and modern aesthetics --
The Indians in Käsebier's studio --
Angel Decora's cultural politics.
Series Title: Objects/histories
Responsibility: Elizabeth Hutchinson

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"While the experience of modernism in less urban western places was no doubt different, modernism still must have been present. Without the insights of Hutchinson's book, however, historians could Read more...

 
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