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British Art for Australia, 1860-1953 The Acquisition of Artworks from the United Kingdom by Australian National Galleries




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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Editore:

Routledge

Pubblicazione: 01/2019
Edizione: 1° edizione





Note Editore

Traditional postcolonial scholarship on art and imperialism emphasises tensions between colonising cores and subjugated peripheries. The ties between London and British white settler colonies have been comparatively neglected. Artworks not only reveal the controlling intentions of imperialist artists in their creation but also the uses to which they were put by others in their afterlives. In many cases they were used to fuel contests over cultural identity which expose a mixture of rifts and consensuses within the British ranks which were frequently assumed to be homogeneous. British Art for Australia, 1860–1953: The Acquisition of Artworks from the United Kingdom by Australian National Galleries represents the first systematic and comparative study of collecting British art in Australia between 1860 and 1953 using the archives of the Australian national galleries and other key Australian and UK institutions. Multiple audiences in the disciplines of art history, cultural history, and museology are addressed by analysing how Australians used British art to carve a distinct identity, which artworks were desirable, economically attainable, and why, and how the acquisition of British art fits into a broader cultural context of the British world. It considers the often competing roles of the British Old Masters (e.g. Romney and Constable), Victorian (e.g. Madox Brown and Millais), and modern artists (e.g. Nash and Spencer) alongside political and economic factors, including the developing global art market, imperial commerce, Australian Federation, the First World War, and the coming of age of the Commonwealth.




Sommario

Chapter One: British Art for Australia, 1860-1953: An Introduction Chapter Two: ‘Work that would meet the taste of the Colonists’: British art for Antipodean Britons Chapter Three: ‘The civilization of the people’: Australian national galleries and civic humanism Chapter Four: ‘A more extended area for English art’: The British world and the imperial art market Chapter Five: ‘The best equipped agent, with as free a hand’: advisors and selectors of British art for Australia Chapter Six: ‘A Sop to Cerberus’: Collecting the British Old Masters in Australia Chapter Seven: ‘One of the many Colonial Delusions’: Australian national galleries and British Landscape Painting Chapter Eight: ‘No highly desirable Pre-Raphaelite picture should be spared from home’: the antipodean pursuit of a British acme Chapter Nine: ‘The gap that is steadily widening’: the acquisition of ‘insular’ British Modernism by Australian national galleries, 1900-1953 Chapter Ten: Conclusions




Autore

Matthew C. Potter is an associate professor and reader in art and design history at Northumbria University, UK







Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9781472426369

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: British Art: Histories and Interpretations since 1700
Dimensioni: 9.75 x 6.75 in Ø 1.47 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 262
Pagine Romane: xii






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