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Art and Propaganda in the Twentieth Century

Y Youhan, F Leger, E Delacroix, D Velázquez, D Rivera, P Picasso, H Witte, G Palmie, E Kirchner, Y Annenkov, V Tatlin, Stenberg Brothers, I Repin

  • Year: 1997
  • Country: UK
  • Language: English
  • Subject: Art, Propaganda, Culture
  • Dimensions: Width: 16.50cm Height: 23.00cm

Original vintage reference Art and Propaganda in the Twentieth Century: The Political Image in the Age of Mass Culture by Toby Clark, a lecturer in art history at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton. The publication examines the complex relationship between art and politics, showing how works of art can have a political purpose, and exploring the ways in which art styles become associated with political systems. The book covers various topics related to propaganda: Women's propaganda; Avant-Garde; Fascism and Nazism; Socialist Realism; Soviet Heroism; Recruiting Images; Censorship; Memorial and Anti-Monuments; Feminism and others. The publication includes artworks by such artists as Yu Youhan, Fernand Leger, Eugene Delacroix, Diego Velázquez, Diego Rivera, Pablo Picasso, Hermann Witte, Gisbert Palmie, Ernst Kirchner, Yuri Annenkov, Vladimir Tatlin, Stenberg Brothers, Ilya Repin, and others. The front and back covers feature the poster Women of Britain Come into the Factories. Part of the Everyman Art Library, published by London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 175 pages. Very good condition, minor stain on the cover.

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