Landscape of Slavery

Landscape of Slavery

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Through eighty-nine color plates and six thematic essays, this collection examines depictions of plantations, plantation views, and related slave imagery in the context of the history of landscape painting in America, while addressing the impact of these images on US race relations.Through seventy-seven color plates, sixteen black-and-white illustrations, and seven thematic essays, the collection examines depictions ... art in the context of the American landscape tradition, addressing the impact of these works on race relations in the United States. ... historians who have identified the genre as a rich source for exploring themes of wealth, power, race, memory, nostalgia, and conflict.

Title:Landscape of Slavery
Author: Angela D. Mack, Stephen G. Hoffius
Publisher:Univ of South Carolina Press - 2008-01-01

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