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Account Optionsbooks.google.com - In this well-illustrated text, Dr. Denney asserts that the artists who image Diana, Princess of Wales, have framed her according to a cultural memory based on traditions of royal portraiture and according to twentieth-century reassertions (that is, reframings) of the debate over feminism and femininity...https://books.google.com/books/about/Representing_Diana_Princess_of_Wales.html?id=NU7rpq8HFxYC&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareRepresenting Diana, Princess of Wales Get print book
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Representing Diana, Princess of Wales: Cultural Memory and Fairy Tales RevisitedColleen Denney Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2005 - Art - 188 pages 0 Reviewshttps://books.google.com/books/about/Representing_Diana_Princess_of_Wales.html?id=NU7rpq8HFxYC In this well-illustrated text, Dr. Denney asserts that the artists who image Diana, Princess of Wales, have framed her according to a cultural memory based on traditions of royal portraiture and according to twentieth-century reassertions (that is, reframings) of the debate over feminism and femininity in visual culture. Art historians and literary critics have examined the visual culture of Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Elizabeth II, and more recently, images of women in the court of Charles II, but no one has addressed, as the author does here, the impact of imaging Diana, Princess of Wales, at a time in British culture when feminism and femininity collide. Dr. Denney critiques art historical traditions of portraiture in order to argue that a princess must perform a constructed role of femininity, one that corresponds to Victorian codes of royal protocol, visual practice, and behavior. The book encompasses themes of marriage, motherhood, philanthropy, royal dress, and autobiography.
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Bibliographic informationTitle Representing Diana, Princess of Wales: Cultural Memory and Fairy Tales Revisited Author Colleen Denney Edition illustrated Publisher Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2005 ISBN 0838640230, 9780838640234 Length 188 pages Subjects Art › Techniques › Painting
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Biography & Autobiography / General
Biography & Autobiography / Royalty
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