Subtitle: “The Human Form and Visual Culture since the Renaissance”.
Includes 42 black & white illustrations.
Condition: Used – Very good.
Consists of the following articles:
David Lomas, “Body languages: Kahlo and medical imagery”
Amelia G. Jones, “The ambivalence of male masquerade: Duchamp as Rrose Sélavy”
Tamar Garb, “The forbidden gaze: women artists and the male nude in late nineteenth-century France”
James E. B. Breslin, “Out of the body: Mark Rothko’s paintings”
Michael Hatt, “Muscles, morals, mind: the male body in Thomas Eakins’ Salutat“
Patricia G. Berman, “Body and body politic in Edvard Munch’s Bathing Men“
Whitney Chadwick, “The fine art of gentling: horses, women and Rosa Bonheur in Victorian England”
Kate Flint, “Blood and milk: painting and the state in late nineteenth-century Italy”
Sharon Fermor, “Movement and gender in sixteenth-century Italian painting”
Julia Ballerini, “The in visibility of Hadji-Ishmael: Maxime Du Camp’s 1850 photographs of Egypt”
Briony Fer, “The hat, the hoax, the body”
Marcia Pointon, “The case of the dirty beau: symmetry, disorder and the politics of masculinity”