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Mural Painting in Canada 1860s to 1930s A New Paradigm for Kitsch. Catholic Church Mural Paintings Reflections of Our Communitys Soul. 94. Mural Paintings in Private Sites Wealth Transfigured into Crowns of Glory

Mural Painting in Canada 1860s to 1930s A New Paradigm for Kitsch. 3. The EuropeanBased Mural Movement History and Ideology. 15. Civic Mural Paintings Glorifying the Memories of a Nation. 24. Commercial Mural Paintings The Glorification of Mans Handiwork. Mural Paintings in Private Sites Wealth Transfigured into Crowns of Glory. 109. The Disappearing Native in English Canadian Mural Paintings But He Is Gone and I Am Here. 134. Progress Patriarchy and Public Library Murals Whilst a SweetFaced Woman Finds the Books.

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INTRODUCTION Mural Painting in Canada, 1860s to 1930s: A New Paradigm for Kitsch

Published by: McGill-Queen's University Press. INTRODUCTION Mural Painting in Canada, 1860s to 1930s: A New Paradigm for Kitsch. From the 1860s to the 1930s, professional artists painted murals for CIVIC, commercial, religious, and private buildings across Canada. Some of these murals represented local landscapes, historical events, and contemporary activities; others illustrated Western literature, mythology, and Christian dogma.

Canadian mural painting, 1860s-1930s. by Marylin Jean McKay. Published 2002 by McGill-Queen's University Press in Montreal, Ithaca. Canadian Mural painting and decoration, Internet Archive Wishlist, Nationalism in art. Places. 19th century, 20th century.

In A National Soul, Marilyn McKay shows how, in both Protestant English Canada and Catholic French Canada .

In A National Soul, Marilyn McKay shows how, in both Protestant English Canada and Catholic French Canada, these artworks were designed to promote specific civic values. This book will become a classic on a long-neglected but complex and important aspect of Canadian ar. Laurier Lacroix, Art History, Université de Québec à Montreal --- "An important and fascinating study of mural painting in Canada from the 1860s to the 1930s.

Marylin J. McKay is a professor of art history at NSCAD University and the author of A National Soul: Canadian Mural Painting, 1860s-1930s. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Canadian Mural Painting, 1860s - 1930s. In A National Soul, Marilyn McKay shows how, in both Protestant English Canada and Catholic French Canada, these artworks were designed to promote specific civic values.

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Examining their social, political, and economic contexts, McKay shows how the murals of this period glorified Canada as a modern nation state, extolled the virtues of commerce and industry, inculcated conventions of gender and race, and shared the intensity of nationalistic sentiment that led to the work of the more renowned painters of Toronto's Group of Seven. Bringing together for the first time a body of Canadian work - civic, commercial, religious, and private - that has been largely ignored by art historians, A National Soul challenges previous histories of Canadian painting. This generously illustrated book reproduces seldom-seen works from across the country, many of which have been moved or destroyed, and includes a comprehensive listing of all works from the period, their original and present locations, and their state of preservation.
A National Soul: Canadian Mural Painting, 1860s - 1930s download epub
Humanities
Author: Marylin J. McKay
ISBN: 0773522905
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press; 1 edition (May 13, 2002)
Pages: 320 pages