Forfatter: Chadwick, Whitney

Women, Art, and Society

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Women, Art, and Society.

Thames and Hudson, London 1992, 8vo, orig. omslag, 384 s., engelsk tekst, 243 illustrasjoner, hvorav 50 i farver.

«The place of women in the history of Western art — as the producers of major paintings, sculptures and craft items, and as the subjects of the work of others — remains controversial. Now, in this brilliant and eagerly awaited study, Whitney Chadwick re-frames and re-presents the issues relating to the conditions under which women have worked as artists from the Middle Ages to the present. Drawing on twenty years of research by feminist scholars and art historians, Professor Chadwick identifies the aesthetics and ideology which have shaped women’s relationships to the visual arts and to art history, exploring the way that ideas about representation intesect with notions about femininity.»

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Women, Art, and Society.

Thames and Hudson, London 1992, 8vo, orig. omslag, 384 s., engelsk tekst, 243 illustrasjoner, hvorav 50 i farver.

«The place of women in the history of Western art — as the producers of major paintings, sculptures and craft items, and as the subjects of the work of others — remains controversial. Now, in this brilliant and eagerly awaited study, Whitney Chadwick re-frames and re-presents the issues relating to the conditions under which women have worked as artists from the Middle Ages to the present. Drawing on twenty years of research by feminist scholars and art historians, Professor Chadwick identifies the aesthetics and ideology which have shaped women’s relationships to the visual arts and to art history, exploring the way that ideas about representation intesect with notions about femininity.»

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