Sister artists: the artist heroine in British women's writing, 1760-1830

Moss, Hannah ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0118-8124 (2020) Sister artists: the artist heroine in British women's writing, 1760-1830. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

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Keywords: accomplishment; aesthetics; Angelica Kauffman; Anna Maria Porter; Anne Bronte; Ann Radcliffe; Anne Seymour Damer; art; artist; artist novel; Britain; Charlotte Smith; Corinne; copies; class; classical reception; Corinthian Maid; education; eighteenth century; eighteenth century novel; ekphrasis; Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun; enlightenment; enthusiasm; Felicia Hemans; female education; frame narratives; gaze; Germaine de Stael; gothic; Hannah Cowley; Hannah More; imitation; improvement; improvisation; influence; Italy; Jane Austen; Joshua Reynolds; kunstlerinroman; Letitia Landon; Maria Cosway; Maria Jane Jewsbury; Mary Brunton; Mary Hamilton; Mary Shelley; melancholia; muses; needlework; old masters; painting; Properzia de Rossi, Pygmalion; queer, Richard Samuel; Romanticism; Royal Academy of Art; Sarah Scott; sculpture; sister arts; queer; utopian fiction; ut pictora poesis; women's art; women's rights; women's writing
Awarding institution: University of Sheffield
Academic Units: The University of Sheffield > Faculty of Arts and Humanities (Sheffield) > School of English (Sheffield)
The University of Sheffield > Faculty of Arts and Humanities (Sheffield)
Identification Number/EthosID (e.g. uk.bl.ethos.123456): uk.bl.ethos.820875
Depositing User: Dr Hannah Moss
Date Deposited: 17 Jan 2021 23:32
Last Modified: 01 Mar 2022 10:53

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