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by Oscar E. Vázquez


His book also looks at the emergence of a new state apparatus for arts administration and situates these social and .

His book also looks at the emergence of a new state apparatus for arts administration and situates these social and political changes in the broader European context. Inventing the Art Collection will be of interest to historians and sociologists of Spain and Europe, as well as art historians and cultural theorists.

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Inventing the Art Collection should be of interest to historians and sociologists of Spain and Europe, as well as art . Oscar E. Vazquez is associate professor of art history at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

Inventing the Art Collection should be of interest to historians and sociologists of Spain and Europe, as well as art historians and cultural theorists. His articles have been published in Art History, Word & Image, and Art Journal. Pennsylvania State University Press.

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In his scholarship on art collecting in nineteenth-century Spain, Oscar . Vasquez, Inventing the Art Collection 7, has noted similar trends in Europe during the period of 1839–1860.

Part of the Palgrave Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History book series (CIH). 47. One such local example may be found in T. A. Barry, Art in California, California Spirit of the Times July 1, 1876, 1. oogle Scholar.

Oscar E. Vázquez is Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the author of Inventing the Art Collection: Patrons, Markets, and the State in Nineteenth-Century Spain, also. Vázquez is Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the author of Inventing the Art Collection: Patrons, Markets, and the State in Nineteenth-Century Spain, also published by Penn State. Hardcover: 272 pages. This item: The End Again: Degeneration and Visual Culture in Modern Spain. Pages with related products.

Inventing the Art Collection will be of interest to historians and sociologists of Spain and Europe, as well as art historians and cultural .

Inventing the Art Collection will be of interest to historians and sociologists of Spain and Europe, as well as art historians and cultural theorists. An extremely important contribution to our understanding of the nineteenth century in general, to our knowledge of Spain, and to our understanding of the phenomena of patronage, collecting, and public support for the arts. Marcus B. Burke, Curator of Paintings, Hispanic Society of America. Vazquez is associate professor of art history at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

61 On art collecting in Spain, see Vázquez, Oscar, Inventing the Art Collection: Patrons, Market, and the State in Nineteenth-Century Spain (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001).

61 On art collecting in Spain, see Vázquez, Oscar, Inventing the Art Collection: Patrons, Market, and the State in Nineteenth-Century Spain (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001). 62 43 cuadritos, estampas, paises, vitelas, todos en marcos. AGN, Tierras, vol. 188, exp.

Daniel, Malcolm R. "Inventing a New Art: Early Photographs from the Rubel Collection in The Metropolitan Museum of Ar.

New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1972. Cook, Brian . and Albert TenEyck Gardner. Daniel, Malcolm R. Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 56, no. 4 (Spring, 1999). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1999.

The pace and scale of the exchange of cultural goods of all sorts—paintings, furniture, even ladies' fans—increased sharply in nineteenth-century Spain, and new institutions and practices for exhibiting as well as valorizing "art" were soon formed. Oscar Vázquez maps this cultural landscape, tracing the connections between the growth of art markets and changing patterns of collecting. Unlike many earlier students of collecting, he focuses not upon questions of taste but rather upon the discursive and institutional frameworks that came to regulate art's economic and symbolic worth at all levels of Spanish society.

Drawing upon sources that range from newspaper reviews to notarial documents, Vázquez shows how collecting acquired the power to mediate debates over individual, regional, and national identity. His book also looks at the emergence of a new state apparatus for arts administration and situates these social and political changes in the broader European context. Inventing the Art Collection will be of interest to historians and sociologists of Spain and Europe, as well as art historians and cultural theorists.

Inventing the Art Collection: Patrons, Markets, and the State in Nineteenth-Century Spain ebook
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