Tropical Renaissance: North American Artists Exploring Latin America, 1839-1879

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Smithsonian Institution Press, Oct 17, 1989 - Art - 235 pages
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A study of the artists who traveled, studied, and painted in Latin America, showing examples of their work, and interpreting and commenting on the artists' achievements

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Tropical renaissance: North American artists exploring Latin America, 1839-1879

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This book details the intellectual, political, and cultural dynamics of the process by which artists strongly influenced Western attitudes toward what we now call the Third World. Manthorne focuses on ... Read full review

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