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Irish Women Artists, 1800-2009 Familiar but Unknown (Hardcover)

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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1846822505
ISBN-13: 9781846822506
Sku: 215410187
Publish Date: 10/26/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.25H x 6.5L x 0.75T
Pages:  224
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This collection of essays reveals the life, work, and context of familiar but previously little-known Irish women artists. Contents include: writing Irish women''s lives 1800-1950 * Moyra Barry (1885-1960), a forgotten flower painter * Miss Kennedy (c.1830), female sculptor * Miss Battersby''s watercolors (c.1801-40) * Louisa, marchioness of Waterford (1818-91) * Anne Acheson (1882-1962) * Evelyn Gleeson and the Irish cultural revival * Mary Swanzy (1882-1978) * Gabriel Hayes (1909-78), an Irish sculptor * Margaret Clarke''s history paintings * Nano Reid (1905-81) * (re)writing the domestic into the everyday * scapegoating women artists (1962-84) * women''s art practice, modernity, and the hierarchies of 20th-century Irish art * statistical data in bringing women artists in from the margins.
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This collection of essays examines the life, career, work and context of familiar but previously little-known Irish women artists. It focuses on the work of women artists living in Ireland. The authors have produced essays that are hugely diverse in terms of content, method and theoretical issues. Some take a gendered point of view; others adopt a biographical and documentary, albeit interrogative, approach, while some question the construction and constriction of the canon of art, arguing that it is a patriarchal structure that has disallowed the inclusion of the work of women.
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