A Woman's Place : Art and the Role of Women in the Cultural Formation of Victoria, B.C., 1850s-1920s

By: Finlay, Karen

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Book Condition: Near Fine


Book is fine save very light shelf wear. Corners show very light wear, spine is straight and tight, covers are creaseless, text/interior is clean and free of marking of any kind. Upper edge of last 20 pages and upper back cover corner show a small indication of moisture contact -- does not affect text or photos. A great many b&w photos & illustrations from an exhibition at the Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery, University of Victoria 9/2004 -- 1/2005. Catalog headings include: Beginning of colony: indigenous communities and early settler; Art education and women: forging a cultural infrastructure for colony and nation 1858 - c.1925; "The accomplishments" and "good deeds" 1850s- - 1920s; The "hanicrafts revival," first nations design, and tourism 1890s -- 1920s; Women as professional and "fine" artists, 1890s -- 1920s. 129 pages.

Title: A Woman's Place : Art and the Role of Women in the Cultural Formation of Victoria, B.C., 1850s-1920s

Author: Finlay, Karen

Categories: Canada, Art, Women's Studies,

Publisher: University of Victoria: 2004

ISBN Number: 1550582887

ISBN Number 13: 9781550582888

Binding: Oversize Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Size: XL

Seller ID: 137016