The negotiation of circumstance : New Zealand women artists, c.1890-1914
As a study of the emergence of women artists in New Zealand, c.1890-l9l4, this thesis is also a study in the ideological and material basis of Cultural production and Cultural life in the colony. It is argued here that during this period, the imperial relationship created an environment in the colony which both empowered and disabled women as Artists. The material conditions of life and work in the Art world, the way the recruitment, practice and profession of Artists was organized,...[Show more]
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