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3/10/08 NOTES Civil War Imagery Image: Eastman Johnson, Negro Life in the South, 1859 Image pre-dating Civil War Painter who enjoyed success as a genre-painter (genre painting very popular in Antebellum years.) Image submitted to National Academy of design—met with success, gained popularity Image appealed to both slave-holders and abolitionists Slave holders visible in far right corner—nicer home to the right Image: Richard Caton Woodville, Old ’76 and Young ’48, 1849 Commentary on the “legacy” of America Slaves exiting “labor space” and entering “leisure space” from the far right Image: Harper’s Weekly publication, General Lee (?) (slide meant to bring light to the “publication” of the civil war) (review: Antebellum years gave rise to literacy and subsequent publication of books, etc.) Image: Winslow Homer, Sharpshooter, 1862 Image: Winslow Homer, Last Goose at Yorktown, 1863 Image: Winslow Homer, Defiance: Inviting a Shot Before Petersburg, Virginia, 1864 At this moment in history, War was intense
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