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Title: The Painting and Writing of Gustave Guillaumet
Authors: Zoppellari, Anna
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Anna Zoppellari, "The Painting and Writing of Gustave Guillaumet", in: Guido Abbattista (edited by), “Moving Bodies, Displaying Nations National Cultures, Race and Gender in World Expositions Nineteenth to Twenty-first Century”, Trieste, EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2014, pp. 197-211
The article analyzes the orientalist work of Gustave Guillaumet, by means of
exhibition of the world similar to that which was implemented in the great nineteenthcentury
exhibitions. The journalist-painter tends to construct a labyrinthine space,
in which the North African reality is exhibited according to realistic aesthetic codes,
but with fundamentally colonialist ideological objectives. The narration of the Great
1867 Exposition is inscribed in this view. To this, Guillaumet dedicated one of his
articles originally published in the Nouvelle Revue and then merged into the posthumous
volume, Tableaux algériens (1888).
Type: Book Chapter
ISBN: 9788883035821
eISBN: 9788883034923
Appears in Collections:Moving Bodies, Displaying Nations. National Cultures, Race and Gender in World Expositions 19th to 21st Century

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