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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: This original book explores the radical transformation of the heroic male body in late eighteenth-century British art. It ranges across a period in which a modern art world was established, taking into account the lives and careers of a succession of major figures--from Benjamin West and Gavin Hamilton to Henry Fuseli, John Flaxman and William Blake--and influential institutions, from the Royal Academy to the commercial galleries of the 1790s. Organized around the historical traumas of the Seven Years' War (1756--63), the War of American Independence (1775--83) and the French Revolution and Revolutionary Wars (1789--1815), Bodybuilding places the visual representation of the hero at the heart of a series of narratives about social and economic change, gender identity, and the transformation of cultural value on the eve of modernity. The book offers a vivid image of a critical period in Britain's cultural history and establishes a new framework for the study of late-eighteenth-century art and gender. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: This original book explores the radical transformation of the heroic male body in late eighteenth-century British art. It ranges across a period in which a modern art world was established, taking  into account the lives and careers of a succession of major figures?from Benjamin West and Gavin Hamilton to Henry Fuseli, John Flaxman and William Blake?and influential institutions, from the Royal Academy to the commercial galleries of the 1790s. Organized around the historical traumas of the Seven Years? War (1756?63), the War of American Independence (1775?83) and the French Revolution and Revolutionary Wars (1789?1815), Bodybuilding places the visual representation of the hero at the heart of a series of narratives about social and economic change, gender identity, and the transformation of cultural value on the eve of modernity. The book offers a vivid image of a critical period in Britain?s cultural history and establishes a new framework for the study of late-eighteenth-century art and gender.

Über den Autor: Martin Myrone is curator of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British art at Tate Britain, London.

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Buchbeschreibung Yale University Press, United States, 2006. Hardback. Buchzustand: New. New.. 262 x 198 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. This ambitious and original book explores the radical transformation of the heroic male body in late eighteenth-century British art. It ranges across a period in which a modern art world was established, taking into account the lives and careers of a succession of major figures - from Benjamin West and Gavin Hamilton, to Henry Fuseli, John Flaxman and William Blake - and influential institutions, from the Royal Academy through to the commercial galleries of the 1790s. Organized around the historical traumas of the Seven Years War (1756 - 63), the Wars of American Independence (1775 - 83) and the French Revolution and Revolutionary Wars (1789 - 1815), Body-building places the visual representation of the hero at the heart of a series of narratives about social and economic change, gender identity and the transformation of cultural value on the eve of modernity. In the course of the 1750s and 1760s, British culture was overhauled, with the introduction of public art exhibitions, a booming print market and the establishment of new art institutions. Younger painters and sculptors were deceived into believing that by pursuing the Grand Manner and creating images of heroes engaged in noble acts, they could rival the greatest masters of the past and embody society s highest values. In responding, however, to the needs of a highly diversified art public and to profound historical doubt around the validity of heroic masculinity, they in fact created weird and volatile images, forging an uncompromising new ideal of the artist as heroic outsider. Martin Myrone offers a fresh analysis of this phenomenon, demonstrating complex relationships with the Gothic, the cult of sensibility and the politics of empire. Combining visual analysis, social history and masculinity studies, Body-building offers a vivid image of this critical period in Britain s cultural history and establishes an ambitious new framework for the study of late eighteenth-century art and gender. Buchnummer des Verkäufers AAH9780300110050

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Buchbeschreibung Yale University Press, United States, 2006. Hardback. Buchzustand: New. New.. 262 x 198 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. This ambitious and original book explores the radical transformation of the heroic male body in late eighteenth-century British art. It ranges across a period in which a modern art world was established, taking into account the lives and careers of a succession of major figures - from Benjamin West and Gavin Hamilton, to Henry Fuseli, John Flaxman and William Blake - and influential institutions, from the Royal Academy through to the commercial galleries of the 1790s. Organized around the historical traumas of the Seven Years War (1756 - 63), the Wars of American Independence (1775 - 83) and the French Revolution and Revolutionary Wars (1789 - 1815), Body-building places the visual representation of the hero at the heart of a series of narratives about social and economic change, gender identity and the transformation of cultural value on the eve of modernity. In the course of the 1750s and 1760s, British culture was overhauled, with the introduction of public art exhibitions, a booming print market and the establishment of new art institutions. Younger painters and sculptors were deceived into believing that by pursuing the Grand Manner and creating images of heroes engaged in noble acts, they could rival the greatest masters of the past and embody society s highest values. In responding, however, to the needs of a highly diversified art public and to profound historical doubt around the validity of heroic masculinity, they in fact created weird and volatile images, forging an uncompromising new ideal of the artist as heroic outsider. Martin Myrone offers a fresh analysis of this phenomenon, demonstrating complex relationships with the Gothic, the cult of sensibility and the politics of empire. Combining visual analysis, social history and masculinity studies, Body-building offers a vivid image of this critical period in Britain s cultural history and establishes an ambitious new framework for the study of late eighteenth-century art and gender. Buchnummer des Verkäufers AAH9780300110050

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Buchbeschreibung New Haven & London: Yale University Press for Paul Mellon Centre for the Studies of British Art, 2006. Hardcover. Buchzustand: As New. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: As New. Contents: Introduction : masculinity as cultural work in eighteenth-century Britain -- 'Our arts may hope for new advances' : the state of the arts 1755-1765 -- Reforming the hero : London in the early 1760s -- Gavin Hamilton and Rome in the 1760s -- James Barry in France and Italy -- 'Over-stocked with artists of all sorts' : the state of the arts 1765-1775 -- General Wolfe among the Macaronis -- Outlaw masculinity : John Hamilton Mortimer in the 1770s -- Alexander Runciman in Rome and Edinburgh -- Henry Fuseli and Thomas Banks in Rome -- 'This weak, disjointed age' : the state of the arts 1775-1785 -- The American war and the heroic image -- Gothic romance and quixotic heroism : Fuseli in the 1780s -- The male nude at the Royal Academy -- 'Three young sculptors' of the 1790s -- 'I never presum'd to class the painters' : the state of the arts 1785-1800 -- Conclusion: genius, madness and the fate of heroic art : Blake and Fuseli in the nineteenth century -- Notes -- Selected bibliography -- Photograph credits -- Index. 255 x 190 mm. vii, 384 pp., 175 illustrations. [ISBN: 978-0300110050] Hardbound in dustwrapper. As NEW. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 31185

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