Transculturation in British art, 1770-1930

@inproceedings{Codell2012TransculturationIB,
  title={Transculturation in British art, 1770-1930},
  author={Julie F. Codell},
  year={2012}
}
Contents: The art of transculturation, Julie F. Codell Part I Art's Changing Publics and Politics: Transcultural Receptions: Baron of Bengal: Robert Clive and the birth of an imperial image, Romita Ray Miniature paintings as transcultural objects? The John Norton and Peter Jones portraits, Kristina Huneault The politics of transculturation: the life and art of John Frederick Lewis (1804a "1876), Emily M. Weeks The many shades of Shakespeare: representations of Othello and Desdemona in Victorian… 
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