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By Fintan Cullen

A Shared Legacy: Essays on Irish and Scottish paintings and visible tradition brings jointly for the 1st time a distinct number of new study through top Irish, Scottish, English and North American students to discover the various ways that the visible can function in the context of 2 international locations with comparable stories of misplaced statehood but retained nationhood. protecting a span of 3 centuries, this skilfully-crafted booklet takes the dialogue of Irish and Scottish paintings past the customarily isolationist strategy followed long ago, dealing at once with problems with nationality in a much broader context. The authors establish nationwide matters via more than a few topics: race, classification, union and assimilation or nationalism and internationalism and whereas some of the essays specialize in work, sculpture, prints and watercolours, others give some thought to a much wider thought of visible tradition by way of investigating images, magic lantern slides and the house arts of embroidery and textiles.

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