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Title Suspended license : censorship and the visual arts / edited by Elizabeth C. Childs.
Imprint Seattle : University of Washington Press, 1997.

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Subject Art -- Censorship.
Alt Name Childs, Elizabeth C.
Description 1 online resource (vii, 413 pages) : illustrations
Note "A Samuel & Althea Stroum book."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction / Elizabeth C. Childs -- The censorship of images in Reformation Germany, 1520-1560 / Christiane Andersson -- Aretino, the public, and the censorship of Michelangelo's Last judgment / Bernadine Barnes -- Veronese and the Inquisition: the geopolitical context / Paul H.D. Kaplan -- Goya and the censors / Janis A. Tomlinson -- The body impolitic: censorship and the caricature of Honore Daumier / Elizabeth C. Childs -- Manet's Maximilian: censorship and the salon / John House -- "Chambers of horrors of art" and "degenerate art": on censorship in the visual arts in Nazi Germany / Christoph Zuschlag -- Seeing red: the Dallas museum in the McCarthy era / Francine Carraro -- Censorship and controversy in the career of Edward Kienholz / Gerald Silk -- Art censorship in socialist China: a do-it-yourself system / Jerome Silbergeld -- David Wojnarowicz: a portrait of the artist as X-ray technician / Peter F. Spooner -- The trials of Robert Mapplethorpe / Steven C. Dubin.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0295980664 (electronic bk.)
9780295980669 (electronic bk.)
0295976276 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 45730243
Additional Format Print version: Suspended license. Seattle : University of Washington Press, 1997 0295976276 (DLC) 97016469 (OCoLC)36776477
Table of Contents
 Acknowledgments 
 Introduction / Elizabeth C. Childs3
 The Censorship of Images in Reformation Germany, 1520-1560 / Christiane Andersson32
 Aretino, the Public, and the Censorship of Michelangelo's Last Judgment / Bernadine Barnes59
 Veronese and the Inquisition: The Geopolitical Context / Paul H. D. Kaplan85
 Goya and the Censors / Janis A. Tomlinson125
 The Body Impolitic: Censorship and the Caricature of Honore Daumier / Elizabeth C. Childs148
 Manet's Maximilian: Censorship and the Salon / John House185
 "Chambers of Horrors of Art" and "Degenerate Art": On Censorship in the Visual Arts in Nazi Germany / Christoph Zuschlag210
 Seeing Red: The Dallas Museum in the McCarthy Era / Francine Carraro235
 Censorship and Controversy in the Career of Edward Kienholz / Gerald Silk259
 Art Censorship in Socialist China: A Do-It-Yourself System / Jerome Silbergeld299
 David Wojnarowicz: A Portrait of the Artist as X-Ray Technician / Peter F. Spooner333
 The Trial of Robert Mapplethorpe / Steven C. Dubin366
 Contributors391
 Index395


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