THE IMAGE OF THE BLACK IN WESTERN ART
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The Image of the Black in Western Art, Volume III: From the "Age of Discovery" to the Age of Abolition, Part 3: The Eighteenth Century

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$106.00 • £84.95 • €95.50

ISBN 9780674052635

Publication Date: 11/14/2011

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  • Foreword [Josef Helfenstein and Kristina Van Dyke]
  • Preface to The Image of the Black in Western Art [David Bindman and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.]
  • Editor’s Introduction [David Bindman]
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction [David Bindman, with contributions from Bruce Boucher and Helen Weston]
  • 1. The Theater of Court and Church: Blacks as Figures of Fantasy [David Bindman, Bruce Boucher, and Helen Weston]
  • 2. Between Court and City: Fantasies in Transition [David Bindman, Bruce Boucher, and Helen Weston]
  • 3. Court and City: Fantasies of Domination [David Bindman and Helen Weston]
  • 4. The City Between Fantasy and Reality [David Bindman, Paul Kaplan, and Helen Weston]
  • 5. Africa and the Slave Trade [David Bindman, Charles Ford, and Helen Weston]
  • 6. The Slave Colonies [Charles Ford, Thomas Cummins, Rosalie Smith McCrea, and Helen Weston]
  • Notes
  • Illustrations
  • Index

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