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English Pre-Raphaelitism and Its Reception in America in the Nineteenth Century ePub download

by Susan P. Casteras

  • Author: Susan P. Casteras
  • ISBN: 0838633285
  • ISBN13: 978-0838633281
  • ePub: 1371 kb | FB2: 1417 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr (May 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 209
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English Pre-Raphaelitism and Its Reception in America in the Nineteenth Century ePub download

It spans the effects of Pre-Raphaelitism in America through the second half of the nineteenth century.

It spans the effects of Pre-Raphaelitism in America through the second half of the nineteenth century. It gives solid background information about the main figures involved in this exchange between America and Britain. The book also includes an examination of American artists working in a Pre-Raphaelite style. This is a shaky topic to consider as these artists were influenced by styles other than Pre-Raphelitism.

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Susan P. Casteras is a professor of the history of art at the University of Washington. English Pre-Raphaelitism and its Reception in America in the 19th Century. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Rutherford, 1990.

Susan P. Casteras received her undergraduate degree from Vassar College and her doctorate from Yale University. Casteras was curator of paintings and sculpture, Yale Center for British Art, 1977-1996, and lecturer, History of Art Department, 1978 to 1996  . James Smetham: Artist, Author, Pre-Raphaelite Associate. Scolar Press, Aldershot, 1995.

Casteras, Susan P. English Pre-Raphaelitism and its Reception in America in the Nineteenth Century. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1990. Stillman and J. Durand, 1855-1861. Begun in January, 1855 as a weekly quarto of 16 pages, the journal became a 32-page monthly in 1856; yearly subscriptions could be had for 3 dollars. CASTERAS is Curator of Paintings at the Yale Center for British Art and . He is at work on a book about parent-child relationships in fiction, faith in the child, and representations of children in literature and art. A member of the History of Art faculty at Yale, she has published extensively in the field of Victorian art, including books entitled English Pre-Raphaelitism and Its European Contexts, Images of Victorian Womanhood in English Art, and English Pre-Raphaelitism and Its Reception in America in the Nineteenth Century as well as numerous articles and essays in Victorian Studies, the Journal of. Pre-Raphaelite Studies, and elsewhere.

The pre-Raphaelite artists, especially John Everett Millais, Holman Hunt, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti, are presented from the perspective of the popular and critical response of American audiences to their work

LibraryThing members' description. The pre-Raphaelite artists, especially John Everett Millais, Holman Hunt, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti, are presented from the perspective of the popular and critical response of American audiences to their work. Complemented by more than one hundred photographs, the study also delineates the influence of the Pre-Raphaelites on American artists. Library descriptions.

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The pre-Raphaelite artists, especially John Everett Millais, Holman Hunt, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti, are presented from the perspective of the popular and critical response of American audiences to their work. Complemented by more than one hundred photographs, the study also delineates the influence of the Pre-Raphaelites on American artists.