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27/03/2008 14:34:00 Jean Auguste Dominque Ingers The Turkish Bath oil on canvas 1859-1863 Create erotic images of females in a place that is not france for a man in france Covince viewer that he’s not looking at a real scene-audience is well aware of fantasy Jean-Leon Gerome Moorish Bath 1880s Herums for French audience viewing it; projection for French hetero males to posses the bodies of these far off women Nothing to distract us from the painting looking like
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Unformatted text preview: window onto the world-very realistic • Visual rhetoric-if it looks real, than it must be o credibility of the precise details-tile and grout even painted ← Gerome The Slave Market 1860 • Can pass this image off as something that really takes place in the east-for French audiences who don’t have the ability to travel o Moralizing argument-east is debased and corrupt ← 27/03/2008 14:34:00 ← 27/03/2008 14:34:00 ←...
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2009 for the course AHIS 121g taught by Professor Baker during the Spring '06 term at USC.

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