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An Introduction to Nineteenth-Century Art Paperback – 21 Mar 2011
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About the Author
Michelle Facos teaches art history at Indiana University, Bloomington. Her research explores the changing relationship between artists and society since the Enlightenment and issues of identity. Prior publications include Nationalism and the Nordic Imagination: Swedish Painting of the 1890s (1998), Art, Culture and National Identity in Fin-de-Siècle Europe, co-edited with Sharon Hirsh (2003), and Symbolist Art in Context (2009).
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I believe authors should leave out their convictions when writing in the third person. She keeps on about how badly women were regarded, how unfair and cruel was a male-dominated society against women. I think most of us already know this, and I (and [probably most of you) chose this book to read about art, not feminism.
Also, the chapter about photography went too much in depth. If only the writer did the same when covering fine art topics....
I suggest the Pelican History of Art series instead. Maybe the books are not visually as attractive but they are more comprenhensive and far better written.
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