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Brazilian woodcut prints

Brazilian woodcut prints
Brazilian woodcut prints
Contents

1. Introduction: Historical development of popular woodcuts in Brazil, their relationship with popular poetry and their situation now.

2. Religious Images

3. Political and Social Affairs, National and International

4. Daily Life in the Brazilian North East

5. Bandits

6. Adventure, Romance and the Magical

7. Comic and Satirical Themes
art history, hispanic studies, Brazil, Latin American studies, South America
0710305877
Kegan Paul
Dinneen, Mark
21a3a063-031c-41be-9f02-878fa734b91d
Dinneen, Mark
21a3a063-031c-41be-9f02-878fa734b91d

Dinneen, Mark (2001) Brazilian woodcut prints , United Kingdom. Kegan Paul, 148pp.

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Abstract

Contents

1. Introduction: Historical development of popular woodcuts in Brazil, their relationship with popular poetry and their situation now.

2. Religious Images

3. Political and Social Affairs, National and International

4. Daily Life in the Brazilian North East

5. Bandits

6. Adventure, Romance and the Magical

7. Comic and Satirical Themes

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Published date: 2001
Keywords: art history, hispanic studies, Brazil, Latin American studies, South America

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Local EPrints ID: 12304
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/12304
ISBN: 0710305877
PURE UUID: 3a3783dd-1f62-4ed3-b3bc-8ba0940e8c6a

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Date deposited: 05 Jun 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:03

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