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Lou-ann

Part Four: Odalisques

The myths surrounding the harem and its female slavesfocusing on Odalisques Part Four. The complexity of Odalisque portrayals A. The contradictions of Odalisques in 19th-century

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Part Two: Odalisques

The myths surrounding the harem and its female slaves focusing on Odalisques Part Two. The creation of the harem and female slaves’ myths It has

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Part Three: Odalisques

The myths surrounding the harem and its female slavesfocusing on Odalisques Part Three. The 19th-century shift. In 19th-century Europe, it has been argued by Foucault

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Lou-ann

Part One: Odalisques

The myths surrounding the harem and its female slaves  focusing on Odalisques Part One. Introduction La Grande Odalisque, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, 1814, Musée du Louvre    

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Eilidh

The Art of Rebellion!

Why you should take inspiration from these artists and their attitudes. First published in the University of Warwick’s Cobalt magazine, Issue 17 – Rise Up. 21/09/2020 

Gerald Wortman a Life in Photography

I left school at 15 and began working as a messenger boy for the publishing company George Newnes in Covent Garden (London) in the late

Jo’s Art History

Hello, I’m Jo! Founder of Jo’s Art History.  A blog, Instagram and soon to be podcast which celebrates all things art historical every single day!

No Entry. Unless?

Three places in the world steeped in history that you may never get to enter. An armchair art historian is defined as one who travels