Gendering Landscape Artby Steven Adams
In 12 essays (some from a 1997 Association of Art Historians Conference), art historians from the UK and the US tap into the rich potential for discussion afforded by co-joined studies of gender and landscape art. They look at the work of well-known artists such as Monet and Cézanne as well as less familiar examples of landscape art over the past two centuries, using approaches informed by cultural studies, feminism, and psychoanalysis to tease out concepts related to how men and women have been shaped to differ in their connections to nature and its depiction.
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