Portraits of the Artist as a Young Woman: Painting and the Novel in France and Britain, 1800–1860
Subjects (LCSH):Women artists -- France -- History -- 19th century
Women artists -- England --History -- 19th century
Women authors, French -- 19th century
Women authors, English -- 19th century
Keywords:Literary Criticism / European
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
(print) xiv, 338 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Women in the studio: representing professional identity -- "Why are you no longer my brothers?" The Fraternité des arts and the female artist in Marceline Desbordes-Valmore's L'atelier d'un peintre -- Sisterhood in/as the studio: Anna Mary Howitt's sisters in art -- Visualizing imagined communities: lessons of the female artist in Staël, Owenson, and Lescot -- Revolutionary identities: painting and resistance in Owenson's The princess; or the beguine -- Angélique Arnaud's Clémence: art, revolution, and Saint-Simonianism -- Margaret Gillies and the miniature: portraits of radical engagement -- Brontë's portraits of romantic resistance: The tenant of Wildfell Hall -- From margin to center: Sand's portraits of difference.
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Other Identifiers:OCLC #678923892 (print)
LCCN 2010044738 (print)
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