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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: gender and art history / Gill Perry -- Pt. 1. Made in her Image: Women, Portraiture and Gender in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. 1. Portrait of the artist as a woman / Catherine King. 2. What women can make / Catherine King -- Pt. 2. Gender, Genres and Academic Art in the Eighteenth Century. 3. Women artists, 'masculine' art and the Royal Academy of Art / Gill Perry. 4. Women artists and the French Academy: Vigee-Lebrun in the 1780s / Emma Barker -- Pt. 3. Gender, Class and Power in British Art, Architecture and Design. 5. Masculinity and English architectural classicism / Christy Anderson. 6. Class and sexuality in Victorian art / Lynda Nead. 7. Gender and design in the Victorian period / Colin Cunningham -- Pt. 4. Gender, Modernism and Psychoanalysis. 8. The Parisian avant-garde and 'feminine' art in the early twentieth century / Gill Perry. 9. Psychoanalysis, gender and art / Claire Pajaczkowska.
10. The work of art, the work of psychoanalysis / Briony Fer. 11. Gender and fetishism: an overview / Gill Perry.
"Gender and Art is the third of six books in the series Art and its Histories, which form the main texts of an Open University course. The course has been designed for students who are new to the discipline but will also appeal to those who have undertaken some study in this area. This third volume examines the role of gender difference in the production, consumption and interpretation of works of art. Encompassing European art, architecture and design from the sixteenth century to the present day, it explores both the work of women artists and the ways that visual representation by male and female artists may be gendered."--BOOK JACKET.