|Other author/creator||Levinson, Nick.|
|Other author/creator||Salvage, Neil.|
|Other author/creator||Perry, Gillian.|
|Other author/creator||Open University.|
|Other author/creator||Films for the Humanities (Firm)|
|Other author/creator||British Broadcasting Corporation.|
||Screen title: Women and allegory : gender and sculpture in two centuries
||Art & its histories
Art & its histories (Open University) ^A690653
||This program deconstructs the politically charged monuments from post-Revolutionary Paris and the ornamental temple sculptures from 11th-century Khajuraho while contrasting the allegorical meanings ascribed by Western and Eastern cultures. The societal perception of women as reflected by the art traditions of 19th-century France and of central India during the Chandela period is also examined.
|General note||Originally released for the Open University in 1997.|
|Credits||Producer, Nick Levinson.|
||Narrator, Neil Salvage.
|Publisher number||11725-A-NT Films for the Humanities & Sciences|
|Publisher number||FFH 11725 Films for the Humanities & Sciences|