Women are the most common subjects of 19th to 20th Century Western painting, depicted as warriors, workers, mothers and more. In Representing Womenm feminist art historian Linda Nochlin presents enlightening writings on the subject alongside an introduction to her own approach to art history, in this partly autobiographical book.
Composed of seven essays, the book argues for investigating art with the eyes and rejecting methodical assumptions. Written with a sensitivity to feminism, Nochlin considers work by Miller, Delacroix, Courbet, Degas and many others. From the image of the working woman, to body politics, and the absence of women in art, this is a riveting and informative read.
|Publisher||Thames & Hudson|
|Dimensions||23 x 16 x 2.2 cm|
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