Lecture: Animal and Emotions in Art

How have artists through the ages represented the emotional life of humans and animals? This lecture will explore the ways in which the relationship between human and non-human animals are configured in mainly English and French academic painting from the 18th century to the present.

Art Exhibition previously on at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery in Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 29 August 2013 to Thursday 29 August 2013
Launch Thursday 29 August 2013, 5.30pm

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eanette Hoorn has published widely in Australian and Pacific art and film. Her research and teaching interests include Australian indigenous art, documentary and ethnographic cinema and the European civilizing mission. She has held fellowships at Yale, Berkeley, the University of London and the Australian National University.