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Starting with a discussion of what makes a portrait particular to one country. Starting with a discussion of what makes a portrait particular to one country or region, Fintan Cullen explores the contradictions within existing definitions of national art. Politics, geography, religion, commerce, class, gender and the affiliations of artists and sitters all play a part in how we read and respond to portraiture.

The Irish Face Redefining the Irish Portrait, 1700-2000. The relationship between art and national identity is a recurring theme in modern history. Is it possible to define a national school of art? How far does culture inspire or reflect social and political change? The Irish Face tackles these questions head-on.

Fintan Cullen (born 3 January 1954) in Dublin, is an Irish academic, educator and writer. Cullen is a professor at the University of Nottingham

Fintan Cullen (born 3 January 1954) in Dublin, is an Irish academic, educator and writer. Cullen is a professor at the University of Nottingham. He and Roy Foster co-created the exhibit Conquering England: Ireland in Victorian England, which was in the National Portrait Gallery in London from 9 March 2005 to 19 June 2005. They also co-wrote a book that accompanied the exhibit

Starting with a discussion of what makes a portrait particular to one country or region, Fintan Cullen explores the contradictions within existing definitions of national art.

Starting with a discussion of what makes a portrait particular to one country or region, Fintan Cullen explores the contradictions within existing definitions of national art. But the history of Ireland and the experience of the Irish diaspora present the need for a redefinition of Irish portraiture. The Irish Face includes chapters on the production of portraiture both in and about Ireland, defining the national portrait,.

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Fintan Cullen is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Art History at the University of Nottingham and author of Visual Politics: The Representation of Ireland 1750-1930 and Sources in Irish Art: A Reader. 248 x 196mm, 240 pages 158 illustrations, 78 in colour ISBN 1 85514 290 2 Special online promotion £10 (RRP £30 hardback) Published June 2004. The Irish Face Redefining the Irish Portrait Fintan Cullen. Is it possible to define a 'national' school of art? How far.

Cork University Press, 1997 - 228 sayfa. Visual Politics examines the development of Irish subject matter in painting from the eighteenth to the early twentieth century. A close examination of individual paintings and works of art by both Irish and non-Irish artists defines the structure of the book which is a closely argued series of thematically-based chapters, exploring how Ireland has been represented visually. The focus is on the interaction of art and politics.

The relationship between art and national identity is a recurring theme in modern history. Is it possible to define a national school of art? How far does culture inspire or reflect social and political change? The Irish Face tackle s these questions with a bold and original analysis of three centuries of portraiture.
Irish Face download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Fintan Cullen
ISBN: 1855142902
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: National Portrait Gallery (July 5, 2006)
Pages: 240 pages