Tara Zanardi
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Panel Introduction: Art, Alchemy, and Rivalry—The Eighteenth-Century Manufactory
Tara Zanardi
Art
2020
Framing Majismo: Art and Royal Identity in Eighteenth-Century Spain
Tara Zanardi
Sociology
1 March 2016
1 Citation
Majas, mantillas, and marcialidad: Fashioning identity in late eighteenth-century Spain
Tara Zanardi
Art
5 July 2017
Crafting Spanish Female Identity: Silk Lace Mantillas at the Crossroads of Tradition and Fashion
Tara Zanardi
Engineering
2013
By 1800, the lace mantilla epitomized a woman’s identity as Spanish via its link to traditional dress worn by the popular urban woman—the maja . Lace mantillas were crafted by women since lace … Expand
4 Citations
From Global Traveler to Costumbrista Motif
Tara Zanardi
Art
4 July 2018
From Melancholy Pleasure to National Mourning: "Ruinas de Zaragoza" and the Invention of the Modern Ruin
Tara Zanardi
Art
2009
Juan Galvez and Fernando Brambila ultimately used their 1812 set of prints Ruinas de Zaragozza (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) to protest the horrors of war. This series, which visualizes the Spanish… Expand
Kingly Performance and Artful Innovation: Porcelain, Politics, and Identity at Charles III’s Aranjuez
Tara Zanardi
Art
West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design…
1 March 2018
Between 1760 and 1765, the Italian sculptor Giuseppe Gricci headed a team of artists in the creation of a Gabinete de Porcelana [Porcelain Room] at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez. Porcelain rooms were… Expand
Tara Zanardi. Review of "Goya’s Caprichos: Aesthetics, Perception, and the Body" by Andrew Schulz.
Tara Zanardi
Art
13 July 2006
Preservation and promotion: the state of the Arts in Eighteenth-Century Spain
Tara Zanardi
Art
2004
1 Citation
Fashioning the Duchess of Alba: Vicarious Thrills and Sartorial Flirtations during the Spanish Enlightenment
Tara Zanardi
Art
1 March 2010
Abstract By examining Francisco de Goya's The Duchess of Alba as a Maja (1797), I investigate how the duchess’ fascination for and experiences with popular Spanish customs and dress relate to the… Expand
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