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Women Artists and the Surrealist Movement - 
      Whitney Chadwick
    
      Dawn Ades

Women Artists and the Surrealist Movement

; Dawn Ades (Forord)

Whitney Chadwick's groundbreaking study of women in the Surrealist movement, now available in paperback Les mer
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Whitney Chadwick's groundbreaking study of women in the Surrealist movement, now available in paperback
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Forlag: Thames & Hudson Ltd
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 320
ISBN: 9780500296165
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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«'Presents a wealth of imagery and information about artists who commanded respect from their male contemporaries…as such it will be of great value both in reassessing the history of Surrealism and in illuminating the persistent marginalization of women’s art' - The Oxford Art Journal»

«'Professor Chadwick’s book has been centrally important and has initiated a vital re-centring of the whole Surrealist enterprise' - Times Higher Education Supplement»

«'Admirable' - Burlington Magazine»

Introduction
1. Search for a Muse
2. The Muse as Artist
3. Revolution and Sexuality
4. The Female Earth: Nature and the Imagination
5. Women Artists and the Hermetic Tradition
6. Cycles of Narrative Fantasy
Notes
Whitney Chadwick is an art historian and educator, who has published widely on contemporary art, modernism, Surrealism, and gender and sexuality. Among her many books are Women, Art and Society, The Militant Muse and, with Isabelle de Courtivron, Significant Others: Creativity and Intimate Partnership.