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Man Up! Visualizing Masculinity in 19th-Century America

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Presented by Addison Gallery of American Art at Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover MA

Jan 31 2020
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Apr 05 2020
Man Up! Visualizing Masculinity in 19th-Century America

Works from the collection that reflect the constant redefinition of masculinity in American society during the 19th and early 20th centuries, inviting us to think critically about shifting definitions of gender roles.

​​The 19th century witnessed the development of a notion of masculinity that tied the worth of a white man to his performance in the workplace—from which women and other minorities were excluded—and to his capacity to accumulate capital and advance socially. By the turn of the 20th century, pervasive anxiety posed by the threat of emasculation and the constant need to prove oneself as a man fostered a sense of an ideal manliness that was cutthroat or “primitive,” a masculinity

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