RACAR : Revue d'art canadienne
Canadian Art Review

Volume 19, Number 1-2, 1992 Art as Propaganda Art et propagande

Table of contents (18 articles)

  1. Introduction
  2. Shaping Reality through the Fictive: Images of Women Spinning in the Northern Renaissance
  3. Pontormo and Medici Lineages: Maria Salviati, Alessandro, Giulia and Giulio de’ Medici
  4. A Villa Fit for a King: The Role of Palladian Architecture in the Ascendancy of the House of Hanover under George I
  5. Philanthropy and Propaganda: The Bust of George III in Montréal
  6. “A Residence Fit for Any Gentleman in the Country:” Three Kingston Villas by George Browne
  7. The Peasant’s Bonds to Gaul, God, Land and Nature: The Myth of the Rural and Jules Breton’s Le Chant de l’alouette
  8. Jugendstil and Racism: An Unexpected Alliance
  9. Centre Stage: Radical Theatre in America, 1925-1934
  10. Le Arti and Intervention in the Arts
  11. Letters to Canada: Jack Chambers’ Correspondence with Charles Greenshields, 1955-1962

Livres / Books

  1. Errata

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