Bibliographic Details

Transatlantic Romanticism : British and American art and literature, 1790/1860 / edited by Andrew Hemingway and Alan Wallach.

Imprint Amherst and Boston : University of Massachusetts Press, 2015.
Description 1 online resource
Language English
Subject Arts, American.
Arts, British.
Romanticism in art.
Romanticism -- United States.
Romanticism -- Great Britain.
ART -- Performance.
ART -- Reference.
ART -- History -- General.
Arts, American.
Arts, British.
Romanticism in art.
Fine Arts - General.
Art, Architecture & Applied Arts.
Great Britain.
United States.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format E-Resource, Book
URL for this record
Other authors / contributors Wallach, Alan.
Hemingway, Andrew.
ISBN 9781613763506
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Other form Print version: Transatlantic Romanticism. Amherst and Boston : University of Massachusetts Press, 2015
Table of Contents:
  • The city. "The pit of modern art" : practice and ambition in the London art world
  • The urban ecology of art in Antebellum New York
  • Urban convalescence in Lamb, Poe, and Baudelaire
  • History. Sublime and fall : Benjamin West and the politics of the sublime in early nineteenth-century Marylebone
  • Benjamin West's royal chapel at Windsor : who's in charge, the patron or the painter?
  • The politics of style : Allston's and Martin's Belshazzars
  • James Fenimore Cooper and American artists in Europe : art, religion, politics
  • Landscape. John Martin, Thomas Cole, and deep time
  • "Gorgeous, but altogether false" : Turner, Cole, and transatlantic ideas of decline
  • Thomas Cole and transatlantic romanticism
  • Race. Picturing the murder of Jane McCrea : a critical moment in transatlantic romanticism
  • The romantic Indian commodified : text and image in George Catlin's Letters and notes (1841)
  • Romantic racialism and the antislavery novels of Stowe, Hildreth, and Melville.