Slave Portraiture in the Atlantic World
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Slave Portraiture in the Atlantic World

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ISBN-13:
9781107004399
Einband:
Buch
Seiten:
0
Autor:
Agnes Lugo-Ortiz
Gewicht:
1180 g
Format:
253 x 177 x 25 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
The first book to focus on the individualized portrayal of enslaved people from the late sixteenth century to abolition in 1888.
Introduction: envisioning slave portraiture Angela Rosenthal and Agnes Lugo-Ortiz; Part I. Visibility and Invisibility: 1. Slavery and the possibilities of portraiture Marcia Pointon; 2. Subjectivity and slavery in portraiture: from courtly to commercial societies David Bindman; 3. Looking for Scipio Moorhead: on the portrayal of an 'African painter' in revolutionary North America Eric Slauter; Part II. Slave Portraiture, Colonialism, and Modern Imperial Culture: 4. Three gentlemen from Esmeralda: a portrait fit for a king Tom Cummins; 5. Metamorphoses of the self: slave portraiture and the case of Juan de Pareja in imperial Spain Carmen Fracchia; 6. Of sailors and slaves: portraiture, property, and the trials of circum-Atlantic subjectivities, c.1750-1830 Geoff Quilley; 7. Between violence and redemption: slave portraiture in early plantation Cuba Agnes Lugo-Ortiz; Part III. Subjects to Scientific and Ethnographic Knowledge: 8. Albert Eckhout's African Woman and Child (1641): ethnographic portraiture, slavery, and the New World subject Rebecca P. Brienen; 9. Embodying African knowledge in colonial Surinam: two William Blake engravings in Stedman's 1796 narrative Susan Scott Parrish; 10. Exquisite empty shells: sculpted slave portraits and the French ethnographic turn James Smalls; Part IV. Facing Abolition: 11. Who is the subject? Marie-Guilhelmine Benoist's Portrait d'une Negresse Viktoria Schmidt-Linsenhoff; 12. The many faces of Toussaint Loverture Helen Weston; 13. Cinque: a heroic portrait for the abolitionist cause Toby Chieffo-Reidway; 14. The Intrepid Mariner Simao: visual histories of blackness in the Luso-Atlantic at the end of the slave trade Daryle Williams.
The first book to focus on the individualized portrayal of enslaved people from the late sixteenth century to abolition in 1888.