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Paintings historians have lengthy been conversant in pondering paintings and artists when it comes to nationwide traditions. This quantity takes a special technique, suggesting as an alternative background of artwork according to nationwide divisions frequently obscures the methods of cultural appropriation and international alternate that formed the visible arts of Europe in basic methods among 1492 and the early 20th century.

Essays right here study particular zones of contact--between numerous eu states, among Asia and Europe, or among Europe and so-called primitive cultures in Africa, the Americas, and the South Pacific--focusing mostly yet no longer solely on portray, drawing, or the ornamental arts. each one case foregrounds the centrality of foreign borrowings or colonial appropriations and counters conceptions of eu paintings as a "pure" culture uninfluenced through the creative varieties of different cultures. The participants study the social, cultural, advertisement, and political stipulations of cultural contact--including tourism, colonialism, spiritual pilgrimage, alternate missions, and clinical voyages--that enabled those exchanges good prior to the fashionable age of globalization.

Contributors:
Claire Farago, college of Colorado at Boulder
Elisabeth A. Fraser, college of South Florida
Julie Hochstrasser, college of Iowa
Christopher Johns, Vanderbilt University
Carol Mavor, collage of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Mary D. Sheriff, college of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Lyneise E. Williams, college of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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