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Horace Vernet and the Thresholds of Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture
Daniel Harkett, ed.; Katie Hornstein, ed.

Dartmouth College Press



Contents

• List of Illustrations
• Acknowledgments
• Chronology
• Introduction—Daniel Harkett and Katie Hornstein
• MAKING VERNET
• The Conquest of Public Opinion, 1812–1824 —Marie-Claude Chaudonneret
• Revisiting Horace Vernet’s Studio Exhibition—Daniel Harkett
• Horace Vernet in the Public Imagination—Rachel Esner
• Horace Vernet and the Conquest of Algeria through Images—Nicolas Schaub
• Writing History: Horace Vernet’s Oeuvre under the Second Empire—Julia Thoma
• VERNET AND GENRE
• Vernet’s Ladies: The Romantic Portrait Image—Susan L. Siegfried
• Bad Manners vs. Good
Maniera: Horace Vernet’s Raphael at the Vatican—Allan Doyle
• Deranged and Virtuous Widowhood: Horace Vernet’s
Woman Driven Insane by Love and Edith Recovering Harold’s Body after the Battle of Hastings—Simon Lee
• Illustrious Heritage: Vernet Painting Vernet—Melanie Vandenbrouck
• VERNET AND NEW MEDIA
• Horace Vernet and the Problem of
Facilité—Katie Hornstein
• Truth and Lies: Vernet, Vaudeville, and Photography—Nina Athanassoglou-Kallmyer
• Horace Vernet and Paul Delaroche: Media Old and New—Stephen Bann
• A View from Germany: Vernet, New Media, and the Remaking of History Painting—Andrea Meyer
• Select Bibliography
• Contributors
• Index

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