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Karen E Brown - The Yeats Circle, Verbal and Visual Relations in Ireland, 1880–1939 - 9781138279124 - V9781138279124
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The Yeats Circle, Verbal and Visual Relations in Ireland, 1880–1939

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Focusing on W.B. Yeats's ideal of mutual support between the arts, Karen Brown sheds new light on how collaborations and differences between members of the Yeats family circle contributed to the metamorphosis of the Irish Cultural Revival into Irish Modernism. Making use of primary materials and fresh archival evidence, Brown delves into a variety of media including embroidery, print, illustration, theatre, costume design, poetry, and painting. Tracing the artistic relationships and outcome of W.B. Yeats's vision through five case studies, Brown explores the poet's early engagement with artistic tradition, contributions to the Dun Emer and Cuala Industries, collaboration ... Read more

Product Details

Format
Paperback
Publication date
2017
Publisher
Taylor & Francis Ltd United Kingdom
Condition
New
Number of Pages
208
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781138279124
SKU
V9781138279124
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99-2

About Karen E Brown
Karen E. Brown is an art historian and curator specializing in interdisciplinarity and visual culture. She has produced a number of publications on twentieth-century Irish art and literature, and is editor of Women's Contributions to Visual Culture, 1918-1939 (Ashgate, 2008). She is currently IRCHSS Postdoctoral Mobility Research Fellow, hosted between the History of Art and Architecture Departments of Trinity College, ... Read more

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