Identities and roles: the self portraits of Lovis Corinth

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Osmond, Jonathan Paul (2010)
  • Publisher: PLUS-Pisa University Press
  • Subject: N1 | D901

The prolific self portraiture of the German artist Lovis Corinth (1858-1925) is used to explore\ud the ways in which a creative individual provides insight into shifting human identities. Themes\ud emerge about sexuality and gender relations, the processes of sickness a... View more
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    5 Schuster et aLl.,ovis Corinth cit., Plate 19, p. 116.

    6 Uhr,Lovis Corinth cit., figure 167, p. 261.

    7 Schuster et aLl.,ovis Corinth cit., Plate 43, p. 142.

    8 Ibid., plate 46, p. 145.

    9 Ibid., plate 56, p. 157.

    10 Uhr,Lovis Corinth cit., figure 89, p. 145.

    11 Schuster et aLl.,ovis Corinth cit., plate 113, p. 225.

    12 Ibid., plate 55a, p. 156.

    13 Uhr,Lovis Corinth cit., plate 17.

    14 Schuster et aLl.,ovis Corinth cit., plate 69, p. 173.

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