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  • ISBN 1560986069
  • ISBN13 978-1560986065
  • Language English
  • Author OLEARY ELIZABETH L
  • Publisher Smithsonian (May 17, 1996)
  • Pages 305
  • Formats azw lrf lrf lit
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
  • Size ePub 1300 kb
  • Size Fb2 1403 kb
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Historian Elizabeth O'Leary examines the ways in which representation of servants and domestics codified and occasionally subverted the prevailing attitudes of wealthy Americans toward their racially, ethnically, and religiously diverse "help," from the early Republic to the latter half of the century. Excellent b&w and some color illustrations. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

At Beck and Call book.

At Beck and Call book. Historian Elizabeth O'Leary examines the ways in which representation of servants and domestics codified and occasionally subverted the prevailing attitudes of wealthy Americans toward their racially, ethnically, and religiously diverse help, from the early Republic to the latter half of the centu.

Journal of American Studies. Pp. 305. ISBN 1 56098 606 9.

Elizabeth L. O'Leary. Handwriting in America: A Cultural History. Tamara Plakins Thornton. David C. Ward, "Framing the "Other"; "Writing" the Self," Archives of American Art Journal 37, no. 1/2 (1997): 23-26. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. The National Council of American-Soviet Friendship and Art in the Shadow of the Cold War. Bailey. Art Is Not the Archive. In Conversation: Art Is Not the Archive. Lubin et al. Mobility for the Masses: The Reception of Thomas Hovenden’s Breaking Home Ties.

Historian Elizabeth O'Leary examines the ways in which representation of servants and domestics codified and occasionally subverted the prevailing attitudes of wealthy Americans toward their racially, ethnically, and religiously diverse help, from the early Republic to the latter half of the centu.

At Beck and Call: Domestic Servants In 19th Century Painting, Elizabeth L. O'Leary, Elizabeth L (1996-01-01). At beck and call: the representation of domestic servants in nineteenth-century American painting. Smithsonian Institution Press. Charles Coleman Sellers, The Peale Heritage, 1763-1963, exh. ca. Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, 1963, no. 31, as Portrait of a Woman. Charles H. Elam, The Peale Family: Three Generations of American Artists, exh. Detroit Institute of Arts, Mich.

In At Beck and Call: The Representation of Domestic Servants in Nineteenth-Century American Painting, Elizabeth O'Leary notes that servants in paintings of the time were often framed in windows and doorways, creating a distancing effect, as seen in Tarbell's.

In At Beck and Call: The Representation of Domestic Servants in Nineteenth-Century American Painting, Elizabeth O'Leary notes that servants in paintings of the time were often framed in windows and doorways, creating a distancing effect, as seen in Tarbell's "The Breakfast Room" (above). Where they were prominently featured in paintings, she argues that they were treated as status symbols, akin to valuable possessions

the representation of domestic servants in nineteenth-century American painting. by Elizabeth L. Published 1996 by Smithsonian Institution Press in Washington, .

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At Beck and Call: The Representation of Domestic Servants in Nineteenth- Century American Painting. Elwood C. Parry Iii. Elizabeth L. The Chinese Mestizos and the Formation of the Filipino Nationality. While male domestic servants in other colonial settings were allowed some privileges of masculinity in relation to female workers, amongst Aboriginal domestic workers, it was so-called ‘half-caste’ women who, in acknowledgment of their ‘white blood’, received nominally higher wages and privileges for domestic work.

O’Leary, Elizabeth L. At Beck and Call: the Representation of Domestic Servants in Nineteenth-Century American Paintings. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996. O'Toole, James M. Militant and Triumphant: William Henry O'Connell and the Catholic Church in Boston, 1859-1944. Notre Dame, In. University of Notre Dame Press, 1992. O’Leary, Guest Curator at Maymont Foundation and Associate Curator of American Arts at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, is the author of At Beck and Call: The Representation of Domestic Servants in Nineteenth-Century Painting and coauthor of American. O’Leary, Guest Curator at Maymont Foundation and Associate Curator of American Arts at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, is the author of At Beck and Call: The Representation of Domestic Servants in Nineteenth-Century Painting and coauthor of American Dreams: Paintings and Decorative Arts from the Warner Collection. Interested in this topic? Stay updated with our newsletters: Caribbean and African Studies. History and Political Science.