2 edition of Hawthorne, sculpture, and the question of American art found in the catalog.
Hawthorne, sculpture, and the question of American art
Includes bibliographical references (p. -269) and index.
|Statement||by Deanna Fernie|
|LC Classifications||PS1892.A66 F47 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 281 p. :|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||2010019962|
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"Fernie's book offers ambitious, thickly researched, and valuable analyses of sculpture as both fact and analogue in Hawthorne's fiction.
Her illuminating readings of Kenyon's unfinished bust of Donatello and the emerging figurehead in Drowne's Wooden Image, for example, provide provocative insights into Hawthorne's attitudes toward his own art Format: Hardcover.
Hawthorne, Sculpture, and the Question of American Art. Deanna Fernie analyzes the significance of sculpture in Hawthorne's fiction through the recurring motif of the fragment in its double guise as ruin and project.4/5.
1st Edition Published on Ap by Routledge Deanna Fernie analyzes the significance of sculpture in Hawthorne's fiction through the recurring motif of Hawthorne, Sculpture, and the Question of American Art - 1st Edition. Deanna Fernie's Hawthorne, Sculpture, and the (Question of American Art is a welcome contribution to the still-underexplored significance of aesthetics and the arts in Nathaniel Hawthorne's work.
Hawthorne, sculpture, and the question of American art. [Deanna Fernie] -- Fernie's intellectually rewarding book analyses the recurring motif of the fragment in Hawthorne's fiction, specifically its double trajectory towards past and future, to trace Hawthorne's lifelong.
Hawthorne, sculpture, and the question of American art. [Deanna Fernie] This book shows how the tension between the formed Read more Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Hawthorne, Nathaniel, -- -- Criticism and interpretation.
sculpture, and the question of American art\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0. The works of sculpture she treats include a transatlantic mix of figures by Hawthorne's American contemporaries, such as Power's The Greek Slave, and works Hawthorne encountered during his travels abroad.
Drawing extensively on Hawthorne's travel notebooks, Fernie fascinatingly argues that he construed the works of Donatello and Michelangelo in terms of the difference between artisanal craftsman and artist. Hawthorne's use of sculpture as an analog for his own writing, it also explores a number of provocative questions about the role of American art in nineteenth-century literature and culture.
Julian Hawthorne (J – J ) was the only son of novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne and himself a journalist and author. Julian Hawthorne’s biographer notes that “as an author, he far exceeded the literary production of his famous father, composing no less than twenty-six novels and romances, over sixty short stories, almost a hundred essays, and.
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Together, with matters of importance to the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society, the Review encourages and supports scholarly inquiry and. Their conversations reveal Hawthorne's ideas about the nature of sculpture and painting and how these two art forms and the artists who practice them differ.
Others, like Holgrave of The House of the Seven Gables, work in the new medium, photography, allowing Hawthorne to introduce questions about the way technology influences art as well as. Hawthorne on painting Item Preview remove-circle Hawthorne on painting by Hawthorne, Charles Webster, Publication date Topics Painting Publisher Internet Archive Books.
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