Vanessa Bell's Photographs: Modernism, the Maternal and the Erotic

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Humm, M. 2002. Vanessa Bell's Photographs: Modernism, the Maternal and the Erotic. in: Hansom, P (ed.) Literary Modernism and Photography Praeger. pp. 93-106
AuthorsHumm, M.
EditorsHansom, P
Abstract

The chapter focuses on Vanessa Bell member of modernism's "first family", proposing that as a painter and photographer, she crossed and recrossed genre boundaries, especially in her child photography, a body of work eroticizing the maternal presence.

KeywordsVanessa Bell; photography; modernism; maternal; erotic; painting; Sally Mann
Book titleLiterary Modernism and Photography
Page range93-106
Year2002
PublisherPraeger
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Print2002
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Deposited29 Oct 2009
Web address (URL)http://www.greenwood.com/catalog/C7130.aspx
http://hdl.handle.net/10552/357
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Humm, M. (2002) ‘Vanessa Bell's Photographs: Modernism, the Maternal and the Erotic', Published in Hansom, P. (ed.) Literary Modernism and Photography, Praeger, 2002 pp. 93-106.

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