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Caranfa, Angelo. “Art and Science: The Aesthetic Education of the Emotions and Reason.” Journal of Art Design and Education 20 (2001): 151-160.
Theory
Keywords: Charles Darwin | education | Paul Gauguin | pedagogy | theory | visual arts--general
Helmreich, Anne. "John Singer Sargent, Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose, and the Condition of Modernism in England, 1887." Victorian Studies 45:3 (Spring 2003): 433-455.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: avant-garde | Claude Monet | John Singer Sargent | Lawrence Alma-Tadema | modernism | modernity | Paul Gauguin | theory | visual arts-modern | William Frith
Johnston, Patricia. “Advertising Paradise: Hawai’i in Art, Anthropology, and Commerce.” In Sampson (Collections): pp. 188-225. [2002]
Exploration Discovery & Travel
Keywords: advertisements | anthropology | Anton Bruehl | Biological Sciences | colonialism | Edward Steichen | exploration discovery & travel | James Cook | Jane Desmond | Paul Gauguin | photography | postcolonialism | race studies | social sciences | Toni Frissell | visual arts: 19th-20th C
Leighten, Patricia. “The White Peril and L’Art Négre: Picasso, Primitivism, and Anticolonialism.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 233-260. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: Alfred Jarry | André Derain | colonialism | Guillaume Apollinaire | Gustave Rouanet | Juan Gris | Maurice Vlaminck | Pablo Picasso | Paul Gauguin | primitivism | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—19th-20th C
Solomon-Godeau, Abigail. “Going Native.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 139-154. [2002]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | Paul Gauguin | psychological and cognitive sciences | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—19th C

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