The Politics of Vision: Essays on Nineteenth-century Art and Society

A leading critic and historian of nineteenth century art and society explores in nine essays the interaction of art, society, ideas, and politics.
The Politics of Vision Essays on Nineteenth century Art and Society A leading critic and historian of nineteenth century art and society explores in nine essays the interaction of art society ideas and politics

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  1. For those of us who enjoy art history, these essays on the nineteenth century are a must read. Professor Nochlin does a marvelous job of setting the scene, both culturally and politically, for the modernist revolution which begins when the Impressionists decide that if the official government-sponsored Salon will not show their works, then they will organize their own shows, and goes on to examine the effects of light, color and space on canvas and paint. Edouard Manet looms large in these years [...]

  2. normally i love linda nochlin, and to be fair the essay "the imaginary orient" is more than worth reading (although best in conjunstion with said). but dude. the rest of the book is alarmingly uninsightful. she discusses a lot of fascinating paintings really superficaially, with a focus on biography! boring.

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