A Romantic in Spain: The Finnish Nineteenth-Century Painter Albert Edelfelt's Andalusian Dream

@article{Lundstrm2006ARI,
  title={A Romantic in Spain: The Finnish Nineteenth-Century Painter Albert Edelfelt's Andalusian Dream},
  author={M. Lundstr{\"o}m},
  journal={Journal of Intercultural Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={27},
  pages={331 - 348}
}
  • M. Lundström
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Intercultural Studies
Nineteenth-century painters were an important part of the creation of a particular Spanish imagery. This construction was produced through differentiation and the exaggeration of (cultural) stereotypes: Flamenco dancers, bullfighters, gitanos, sun-drenched cityscapes and ethnographic pictures of the local people. This imagery is still valid and further cemented within the frames of heritage tourism, which mirrors a relatively unaltered, however reconstructed imagery that previously was… Expand
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