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❰Reading❯ ➻ The Cult of the Prince Consort Author Elisabeth Darby – 12th-century.co The Victorian age is renowned for its sentimentality its obsession with the rituals of mourning and its taste for extravagant works of art These characteristics reached their zenith in the frenzy of cThe Victorian age is renowned for its sentimentality its obsession with the rituals of mourning and its taste for extravagant works of art These characteristics reached their zenith in the frenzy of commemorative rituals and monuments that followed the death of ueen Victoria's beloved husband Prince AlbertMingling biography with cultural politics and art history this absorbing book examines the motivati.

On and conseuences of the Albert cult It explores for the first time the total range of public and private tributes to the Prince Consort from the elaborate and costly Royal Mausoleum to the still extravagant National Albert Memorial to the commemorative belt clasps hankies and photographs that proliferated after Prince Albert's demiseAuthors Darby and Smith note that while public attention soon turned.

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    PDF/EPUB The Cult of the Prince Consort ePUB ↠ Cult of the ↠ 12th century.co cult pdf, prince pdf, consort free, The Cult pdf, of the epub, Cult of the kindle, The Cult of the Prince Consort MOBINot too thrilling but worth the read for this insight whether in the form of painting statue or bust of an eminent person was encouraged from the 1830s by the cult of hero worship and the belief that art might fulfil an educational role This conviction that images of good men could inspire others particularly of the working classes undoubtedly lay behind endeavours to provide free admission to the monuments of national heroes And the erection from about 1830 of increasing numbers of public statues of national and local worthies part and present If this is the purpose of these 'great men's statues to inspire us to act like them then of course let's rip these statues down


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    PDF/EPUB The Cult of the Prince Consort ePUB ↠ Cult of the ↠ 12th century.co cult pdf, prince pdf, consort free, The Cult pdf, of the epub, Cult of the kindle, The Cult of the Prince Consort MOBIAll students of history realise how much ueen Victoria mourned her beloved Prince Albert but perhaps one did not realise how many commemorative monuments and works of art followed his death or should I say this reader didn'tIt all began with a coloured photograph of his corpse which hung over his side of the bed in each of the royal residences where at Windsor Balmoral and Osbourne the Prince's private rooms were retained just as he had left them and kept up as if he were still using them ueen Victoria was determined in her own words to 'treat him as living'Thereafter he was portrayed in statues dressed in Highland dress Anglo Saxon dress armour and a variety of robes He was standing sitting lying and on horseback some of the last mentioned were criticised because he was shown as a warrior whereas he was universally known as a man of peace and he


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