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Gilbert Stuart and the Impact of Manic Depression by Dorinda Evans (review)

Gilbert Stuart and the Impact of Manic Depression by Dorinda Evans (review) Recent Work in Early American Visual Culture{ 571 the contributions work together to demonstrate the physical and intellectual labor that is involved in the production of color. Tracing these connections can take some work. The authors write in different styles and do not refer to one another. This is unfortunate, as several essays relate to one another, though this is not atypical of anthologies. Nevertheless, by bringing together such an extensive range of scholars, the editors have demonstrated the broad value of material culture studies and the possibility for an analysis of color to enrich a wide variety of fields. elizabeth hutchinson Columbia University Gilbert Stuart and the Impact of Manic Depression dorinda evans Farnham, England: Ashgate, 2013 204 pp. Dorinda Evans is one of a small number of art historians (including this reviewer) who have recently written about Gilbert Stuart and his memorable portraits of the political and social leaders of the early years of the American Republic. Employing her expertise in late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American and British art, she has considered his work in differing contexts for more than forty years. In her book-length study, The Genius of Gilbert Stuart (1999), she demonstrated in detail http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Early American Literature University of North Carolina Press

Gilbert Stuart and the Impact of Manic Depression by Dorinda Evans (review)

Early American Literature , Volume 50 (2) – Jun 21, 2015

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Recent Work in Early American Visual Culture{ 571 the contributions work together to demonstrate the physical and intellectual labor that is involved in the production of color. Tracing these connections can take some work. The authors write in different styles and do not refer to one another. This is unfortunate, as several essays relate to one another, though this is not atypical of anthologies. Nevertheless, by bringing together such an extensive range of scholars, the editors have demonstrated the broad value of material culture studies and the possibility for an analysis of color to enrich a wide variety of fields. elizabeth hutchinson Columbia University Gilbert Stuart and the Impact of Manic Depression dorinda evans Farnham, England: Ashgate, 2013 204 pp. Dorinda Evans is one of a small number of art historians (including this reviewer) who have recently written about Gilbert Stuart and his memorable portraits of the political and social leaders of the early years of the American Republic. Employing her expertise in late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American and British art, she has considered his work in differing contexts for more than forty years. In her book-length study, The Genius of Gilbert Stuart (1999), she demonstrated in detail

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Published: Jun 21, 2015

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