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Tom McDonough

TOM MCDONOUGH is Associate Professor and Chair in the Art History Department, Binghamton University.

Linda Nochlin

What Linda Nochlin has bequeathed to future art historians and art lovers—her trenchant, socially informed, feminist approach toward painting, particularly that of 19th-century France; her championing of women artists; her openness toward novel manifestations in the visual arts—hardly needs restating. But recently, finding myself rereading her 1971 survey text on Realism, I was struck by a less expected contribution: her acute analysis of contemporaneity.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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