Includes bibliographical references (p. -201) and index
Introduction: the translation of art -- From old niches to new paintings -- Digesting Western art: the academy and realism -- A new world of art -- Art goes public -- Ten long years of war -- Art for a new nation
The late Ottoman Empire witnessed widespread and dramatic reform, which was vividly reflected in its visual culture. However, while other political and social developments in this period have received much attention, the interaction between Ottoman and Western artists and artistic practices is less widely understood. Ottoman Painting explores fully this complex and fascinating relationship(More)
About The Author
Wendy M. K. Shaw
Wendy M. K. Shaw is a Professor of Art History in the Department of Art History and the Center for Cultural Studies Program in World Arts at the University of Bern, Switzerland. She is the author of Possessors and Possessed: Museums, Archaeology, and the Visualization of History in the Late Ottoman Empire. Her research interests lie particularly in the history and theory of institutions(More)
As the Ottoman Empire declined in the 19th century, many Turks looked to the arts to affirm their readiness to embrace Western modernity. Whether by studying in Paris, collecting realistic paintings, or executing works in the latest European fashion, Turks sought ways to affirm their progressivism. This useful volume by Shaw (Univ. of Bern, Switzerland) brings this(More)
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