Political Uses of photography in the Third French Republic, 1871-1914 (Studies In Photography)
by Donald E. English
Publisher's Description
This volume, part of the University of Michigan Research Press'series on Studies in Photography, examines the use of photographs during the Third French Republic. English "develops many suggestive ideas about the nature of visual propaganda and visual symbolism."--the publisher. The introduction discusses photography, society and "the Political Culture of Nineteenth-Century France." Other chapters include: "Photography and the Paris Commune: Symbol, Myth, Censorship, and Identification," and "Style and Practice--Toward an Iconography of Political Photography." Well-written and thoroughly researched.
ISBN: 083571473X
Publisher: UMI Research Press
Hardcover : 262 pages
Language: English
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