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Transculturation in British art, 1770-1930

Author: Julie F Codell
Publisher: Farnham : Ashgate, 2012.
Series: British art
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Examines colonial art through the lens of transculturation. This book includes essays which argue that, due to art's fundamental nature as spatial, art can illuminate imperial transculturation sites  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julie F Codell
ISBN: 9781409409779 1409409775
OCLC Number: 859382990
Description: xii, 269 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Contents: Contents: The art of transculturation, Julie F. Codell; Part I Art's Changing Publics and Politics: Transcultural Receptions: Baron of Bengal: Robert Clive and the birth of an imperial image, Romita Ray; Miniature paintings as transcultural objects? The John Norton and Peter Jones portraits, Kristina Huneault; The politics of transculturation: the life and art of John Frederick Lewis (1804-1876), Emily M. Weeks; The many shades of Shakespeare: representations of Othello and Desdemona in Victorian visual culture, Nancy Rose Marshall; 'Bronzed and muscular bodies': Jinrikishas, tattooed bodies and Yokohama tourist photography, Luke Gartlan; The camera and the contact zone: re-envisioning the representation of aboriginal women in the Canadian North, Susan Close; Te kai-hautu o te waka/ director of the canoe: the statue of Sir George Grey in Auckland, Mark Stocker; Ambivalent geographies: the British concession in Taijin, China, c.1860-1946, Dana Arnold. Part II When Art Moves and Multiplies: Transcultural Geographies: Divided objects of empires: Ottoman imperial portraiture and transcultural aesthetics, Mary Roberts; 'A voice from the Congo': Herbert Ward's sculptures in Europe and America, Kirsty Breedon; War and peace: Harry Bates's Lord Roberts memorial in London, Calcutta, and Glasgow, Jason Edwards; 'Wonderful pieces of stage management': reviewing masculine fashioning, race, and imperialism in John Singer Sargent's British portraits, c.1897-1914, Andrew Stephenson; Colonial nationalism and closer union: Hugh Lane in South Africa, Morna O'Neill; Bibliography; Index.
Series Title: British art
Responsibility: edited by Julie F. Codell.

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