Colonization,Wilderness, and Spaces Between: Nineteenth-Century Landscape Painting in Australia and the United States

Richard Read (Editor), Kenneth Haltman (Editor), John Peter Brownlee, Kate Hislop, David Peters Corbett, Rachael Z. Delue, Kenneth Haltman, David Hansen, Elizabeth Hutchinson, Alan Michelson, Christopher Pease, Ruth Pullin, Richard Read, Kenneth Haltman, Catherine Speck

Research output: Book/ReportEdited book/Anthology

Abstract

This volume of essays frames a comparative history of landscape painting in Australia and the United States through recent considerations of the Anthropocene, arguing that careful and deep analysis of specific nineteenth-century artworks reveals issues of environmental concern both past and present. Carefully drawn from two symposia held at the Art Gallery of Western Australia in Perth in 2016 and at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne the following year, the volume includes eight essays and a conversation between artists. Colonization, Wilderness, and Spaces Between brings together the fresh insights of scholars and artists from Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States and provides a resource for thinking critically about the historical, imperial, and environmental information that can be gleaned from looking closely at landscape paintings.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationChicago
PublisherTerra Foundation for American Art
Number of pages195
EditionDistributed by University of Chicago Press
ISBN (Print)9780932171696
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2020
EventBook launch - Government House, Perth, Australia
Duration: 20 Aug 202020 Aug 2020

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