Blood: Art, Power, Politics, and Pathology
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Art, Power, Politics, and Pathology
Edited by James M. Bradburne

Blood: Art, Power, Politics, and Pathology examines one of the most powerful and ubiquitous of human symbols. Illustrated with art works from some of the world 's most important collections, this volume shows how changing conceptions of blood have shaped social relations and material culture over the pa

Hardcover, 280 pages
Published January 12th 2002 by Prestel Publishing (first published January 2002)
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