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Title Burning bright : essays in honour of David Bindman / edited by Diana Dethloff, Tessa Murdoch and Kim Sloan, with Caroline Elam.

Publication Info. London : UCL Press, 2015.
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Description 1 online resource (277 pages) : illustrations (colour)
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Note This book is published under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 licence.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Foreword celebrating David Bindman / Caroline Elam -- Part 1. Sculpture. Introduction: carving a niche in sculptural history / Tessa Murdoch -- Netherlandish allegories of madness in English perspective / Léon E. Lock -- Michael Rysbrack's sculpture series for Queen Caroline's Library at St. James's Palace / Joanna Marschner -- Roubiliac's Hogarth and the playful portrait bust / Malcolm Baker -- Spinning the thread of life: the three Fates, time and eternity / Tessa Murdoch -- Collecting a canon: the Earl of Northumberland at Northumberland House and Syon House / Joan Coutu -- Eccentric pioneers? Patrons of modern sculpture for Britain c.1790 / Julius Bryant -- Canova and Thorvaldsen at Chatsworth / Alison Yarrington -- William Wyon as a pupil and follower of Flaxman / Mark Jones.
Part II. Drawing, watercolours & paintings. Introduction: 'A close inspection' of British paintings and drawings 'within the context of their own time' / Kim Sloan -- 'The gipsey-race my pity rarely move'? Representing the Gypsy in George Morland's Morning, or the Benevolent Sportsman / Nick Grindle -- The face of Saartjie Baartman: Rowlandson, race and the 'Hottentot Venus' / Alison E. Wright -- Blake, Linnell and Varley and A treatise on Zodiacal Physiognomy / Martin Butlin -- William Blake's sodomites / Martin Myrone -- Edward Harding and Queen Charlotte / Jane Roberts -- John Everett Millais, James Wyatt of Oxford and a volume of Retzsch's Outlines to Shakespeare: a missing link / Stephen Calloway -- An aesthetic sitter on an Empire sofa: William Blake Richmond's portrait of Mrs Luke Ionides / Mark Evans -- 'A dose of Paradise': some effects of Renaissance drawings on Victorian artists / Susan Owens.
Part III. Prints. Introduction. A fine line: collecting, communication and the printed image / Diana Dethloff -- 'i will not alter an iota for any mans opinion upon earth': James Gillray's portraits of William Pitt the younger / Simon Turner -- Amorous antiquaries: sculpture and seduction in Rowlandson's erotica / Danielle Thom -- Infernal machines in nineteenth-century France / Richard Taws -- Wood-engravings from the collection of Francis Douce at the Ashmolean Museum / Mercedes Cerón -- 'The human element': the contribution of C.R.W. Nevinson and Eric Kennington to the Britain's Efforts and Ideals lithographic project of 1917 / Jonathan Black -- Idea and reality: Edvard Munch and the woodcut technique / Ute Kuhlemann Falck -- John Heartfield: a political artist's exile in London / Anna Schultz -- David Bindman's publications.
Summary This book celebrates the work and career of the internationally renowned art historian, David Bindman, on the occasion of his 75th birthday, and is above all a tribute to him from his former students and colleagues. With essays on sculpture, drawings, watercolours and prints, the volume reflects the extraordinary range of Bindman's knowledge of works of art and his impact through his teaching and research on the understanding of British and European artistic developments from the eighteenth to the twentieth century. The essays cast light on questions of technique and stylistic change, patronage, collecting and iconography, and engage with issues such as the representation of race, gender, sexuality, political violence and propaganda, exile, and notions of the canon. The artists discussed here include Hogarth, Blake, Roubiliac, Thorvaldsen and Canova, all subjects of books by David Bindman, as well as Morland, Rowlandson, Gillray, Millais, Munch, Nevinson, and Heartfield.--UCL website.
Subject Bindman, David, 1940- -- Knowledge and learning.
Bindman, David, 1940- (OCoLC)fst01962765
Art -- History.
Art -- Histoire.
art history.
History of art -- art and design styles.
The arts.
Art. (OCoLC)fst00815177
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Art. (OCoLC)fst01423702
History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Electronic books.
Added Author Dethloff, Diana, editor.
Murdoch, T. V. (Tessa Violet), editor.
Sloan, Kim, editor.
Elam, Caroline, 1945-
Bindman, David, 1940- honouree.
ISBN 9781910634349 (electronic bk.)
1910634344 (electronic bk.)
9781910634189 (pbk.)
1910634182 (pbk.)
Standard No. AU@ 000059396410
GBVCP 865770190
GBVCP 869965700

 
    
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