Contributor biographical information for Modern women and Parisian consumer culture in impressionist painting / Ruth E. Iskin.
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Ruth E. Iskin holds a PhD from the University of California, Los Angeles. She has received the Andrew W. Mellon fellowship at the Penn Humanities Forum. Her publications include essays in The Art Bulletin, Discourse and Nineteenth-Century Contexts. She teaches art history and visual culture at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel.
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Women in art.
Consumption (Economics) in art.
Fashion in art.
Advertising in art.
Impressionism (Art) -- France -- Paris.
Painting, French -- France -- Paris -- 19th century.