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Title Beyond the face : new perspectives on portraiture / edited by Wendy Wick Reaves.

Publication Info. Washington, DC : National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution ; London : in association with D. Giles Limited, [2018]
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Description 333 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits (some color) ; 27 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Body politics: Copley's portraits as political effigies during the American Revolution / Lauren Lessing, Nina Roth-Wells, Terri Sabatos -- Prince Demah and the profession of portrait painting / Jennifer Van Horn -- "Capital Likenesses": George Washington, the federal city, and economic selfhood in American portraiture / Ross Barrett -- Caricature portraits and early American identity / Allison M. Stagg -- Reconstruction reconsidered: the Gordon Collection of the National Portrait Gallery / Kate C. Lemay -- Cloud of witnesses: painting history through combinative portraiture / Christopher Allison -- "Let me take your head" photographic portraiture and the Gilded Age celebrity image / Erin Pauwels -- Soul-searching: the portrait in Gilded Age America / Akela Reason -- Playing against type: Frank Matsura's photographic performances / ShiPu Wang -- The other's other: portrait photography in Latin America, 1890-1930 / Juanita Solano Roa -- Photos of style and dignity: Woodard's studio and the delivery of black modern subjectivity / Amy Mooney -- Side eye: early-twentieth-century American portraiture on the periphery / Jonathan Frederick Walz -- "Call it a little game between 'I' and 'me'": Mar/Cel Duchamp in the Wilson-Lincoln system / Anne Collins Goodyear -- Making sense of our selfie nation / Richard H. Saunders -- Habla LAMADRE: María Magdalena Campos-Pons, Carrie Mae Weems, and black feminist performance / Nikki A. Greene -- Meaningful (dis)placements: the portrait of Luis Muñoz Marín by Francisco Rodón at the National Portrait Gallery / Taína Caragol.
Summary Presents sixteen essays by leading scholars who explore the subtle means by which artists - and subjects - convey a sense of identity and reveal historical context. Examining a wide range of topics, from early caricature and the political vandalism of portraits to contemporary selfies and performance art, these studies challenge our traditional assumptions about portraiture. By probing the diversity and complexity of portrayal, this book fills a gap in current scholarship and offers a resource fro teaching art history, subjectivity, and the construction of identity.
Subject Portraits.
Portrait painting.
Portrait photography.
Portrait painting. (OCoLC)fst01072167
Portrait photography. (OCoLC)fst01072259
Portraits. (OCoLC)fst01072324
Genre/Form Art criticism.
Added Author Reaves, Wendy Wick, 1950- editor.
Lessing, Lauren, author.
Roth-Wells, Nina, author.
Sabatos, Terri, author.
Van Horn, Jennifer, author.
Barrett, Ross, 1977- author.
Stagg, Allison M., author.
Lemay, Kate Clarke, 1978- author.
Added Title New perspectives on portraiture
ISBN 1911282204 (hardcover)
9781911282204 (hardcover)

 
    
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