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Rethinking Australia's art history : the challenge of Aboriginal art
Bib ID 7767454
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Author
Lowish, Susan
 
Online Access
Description New York : Routledge, 2018 
1 online resource. 
ISBN 9781351049993 ((electronic bk.))
9781351049979 ((electronic bk.))
1351049976 ((electronic bk.))
Invalid ISBN 9780815374176
Series

Studies in art historiography.

Full contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1 Writing a History of Encounters; i Aboriginal Art in Australian Art Histories; ii Anthropological Studies of Aboriginal Art History; iii Legacies of Primitivism; iv New Art Histories; v Current Directions in Writing on Aboriginal Art; 2 Exploration and 'Discovery'; i First Encounters: Baudin, Flinders and King, Grey and Stokes; ii Secondary Accounts: Hull, Tenison-Woods, Wake, Smyth and Curr; 3 Searching for the Origin of Art; i Early Science: Darwin, Howitt and Tylor
  • Ii Following Grey: Bradshaw, Brockman and House, Greig and Walsh4 Seeing the Art of the First Australians; i Early Australian Anthropology and Ethnology: between Science and Christianity: Roth, Worsnop, Thornton and Mathew; 5 Evolutionists and Australian Aboriginal Art; i Science and Art History: Ruskin, Decorative Art and Grosse; ii Spencer's Anthropological Influences: Balfour, Haddon, Lang and Frazer; 6 'Aboriginal Art' in the Writings of Baldwin Spencer; i Spencer and Anthropology: Horn Expedition, Native Tribes of Central Australia and Northern Tribes of Central Australia
  • Ii Spencer and Art: Across Australia, Native Tribes of the Northern Territory, The Arunta and Wanderings in Wild Australia7 Collecting and Exhibiting: The Dawn of 'Primitive Art'; i The First Collections: International and Colonial Exhibitions and the Changing Content of Displays; ii Aboriginal Art and Museums: A Defining Relationship: The Influence of Pitt Rivers on Australian Museum Displays, the Australian Museum in Sydney and from Weapons to Art; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index
 
Notes

Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed June 5, 2018)

Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web. 
Subjects Art, Aboriginal Australian.  |  Art -- Australia -- History.  |  Australian
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