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Art and Farming in Britain

Art and Farming in BritainFACE has commissioned artist Georgina Barney to look at how Art and Farming are related.

This resource is made up of 12 documents which can be downloaded here.

How are they related and why does it matter?

I define ‘farming’ as the production of food from the environment, and activities which surround that process.  Art is the production of meaning, through man-made images, objects and activities.  The purpose of this resource is to explore how ‘Art’ and ‘Farming’ are related.  It is hoped that this will inform and provide stimulus for thought for those interested in art and agriculture, particularly students and their tutors.

 

 

INTRODUCTION

Introduction  Introduction Introduction 2.09 Mb 

 

 


PART ONE – A HISTORY

Constable and the Landscape tradition  1. Constable and the landscape tradition 1. Constable and the landscape tradition 948.25 Kb 
Livestock paintings after Robert Bakewell  2. Livestock Paintings after Robert Bakewell 2. Livestock Paintings after Robert Bakewell 1.51 Mb 
The Victorian Pastoral  3. The Victorian Pastoral 3. The Victorian Pastoral 1.20 Mb
Britishness, farming and War  4. Britishness, farming and War 4. Britishness, farming and War 897.15 Kb
Two British Land Artists  5. Two British Land Artists 5. Two British Land Artists 152.65 Kb

PART TWO – WHERE WE ARE NOW

Art, Farming and Ethics   6. Art, Farming and Ethics 6. Art, Farming and Ethics 350.15 Kb
Farming Artists  7. Farming Artists 7. Farming Artists 3.23 Mb
Lines of Communication  8. Lines of Communication 8. Lines of Communication 1.07 Mb
Diversification and Art -Rethinking the Farm  9. Diversification and Art - Rethinking the Farm 9. Diversification and Art - Rethinking the Farm 247.07 Kb
Farming as Subject  10. Farming as Subject 10. Farming as Subject 2.04 Mb

PART THREE – IDEAS FOR YOUNG ARTISTS

On the Farm  11. On the Farm 11. On the Farm 7.41 Mb
Farming in other places  12. Farming in Other Places 12. Farming in Other Places 4.72 Mb

PART FOUR – FIND OUT MORE!

Links and Bibliography  Links and Bibliography Links and Bibliography 36.76 Kb