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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
This work studies the 18th century Swiss artist who was renowned for her sensitivity & ambition. Analysing her pictorial strategies and contribution to portraiture as a field of representation, Angela Rosenthal includes a discussion of Kauffman's self-portraits.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 317-334) and index.
Introduction : becoming pictures -- Penelope and the weaving of narrative -- Intersubjective portrayal -- Sentimental spaces -- The inner Orient -- Kauffman's helicon -- Civilizing femininity -- The image of Angelica.
Translated from the German.