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Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists
Why have there been no great women artists? The question is crucial, not merely to women, and not only for social or ethical reasons, but for purely intellectual ones as well. If, as John Stuart Mill
Women, Art And Power And Other Essays
* Introduction * Women, Art, and Power (1988) * Morisots Wet Nurse: The Construction of Work and Leisure in Impressionist Painting (1989) * Lost and Found: Once More the Fallen Woman (1978) * Some
The Politics Of Vision: Essays On Nineteenth-century Art And Society
* The Invention of the Avant-Garde: France, 18301880 * Courbet, Oller, and a Sense of Place: The Regional, the Provincial, and the Picturesque in 19th-Century Art * The Imaginary Orient * Camille
The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of Modernity
By the end of the 18th century a sense of anxiety and crisis began to preoccupy European writers and artists in theor relationship to the past, from antiquity on, which constituted the European
Women Artists: The Linda Nochlin Reader
Linda Nochlin is one of the most prolific, intellectually accessible and innovative art historians of our time. Since the publication of her seminal 1971 essay Why Have There Been No Great Women
Courbet's "L'origine du monde": The Origin without an Original
Nothing could be more Freudian than the scenario I am about to rehearse in this narrative, for it concerns the endlessly repetitive quest for a lost original, an original which is itself, in both the