Seeing the insane
A cultural history of madness and art in the western world, showing how the portrayal of stereotypes has both reflected and shaped the perception and treatment of the mentally disturbed; as depicted in manuscripts, woodcuts, engravings, drawings, paintings, sculptures, lithographs and photographs, from the middle ages to the end of the nineteenth century.
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THE REFORM OF MADNESS
PHOTOGRAPHY AND MADNESS
THE ONGOING ARTISTIC TRADITION
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