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CSPAN
Aug 18, 2017 5:49pm EDT
abraham lincoln with which is what the arrow points to. lincoln was pointed as a partner of george washington as a symbol of national idealism and this is a cartoon from later where nas asserts a kind of the multi faceted and multi ethnic national identity and krcreates this table presided over by uncle sam with the portrait where the celebrants are looking down are abraham lincoln, and george washington and ulysses s. grant and you can see what these symbols meant to be an american, and also the best in american lead leadership. not everyone of course, and i should say that nast participated fully. one thing that cemented the position for lincoln is the lincoln's untimely death. it seems to have been with one of the first instances in which nast channeled the artistic talents into morning in which he would do for many times in the years to come, and it would help to see lincoln in the many ways to see grant, and as a father to the nation, and also as a father whose absence made his position even more important, and more powerful. so not everyone is a hero, naturally, and somebody
CSPAN
Jun 10, 2017 2:30pm EDT
points to. lincoln was portrayed as a partner of general -- george washington as a symbol of national idealism. later nast asserts a kind of multifaceted, multiethnic, diverse american national identity. he creates this table presided over by uncle sam in which the porches on the wall looked down on the celebrants of the holiday or abraham lincoln, george washington, and ulysses s. grant. to get a sense of how these men came to be symbols of what nast believed it meant to be an american, and of the best of american leadership. not everyone of course -- i should say nast participated fully. one thing that cemented this position for lincoln was his untimely death. that seems to have been one of the first instances in which nast used or channeled his ,rtistic talents into mourning which you do many times in the year to come. with the lin -- that he would seek lincoln to relate from grant, a father whose absence made his position even more important, even more powerful. not everyone is a hero. someone has to be batman. this was andrew johnson among other people. you may recognize the imag
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2017 5:05am EDT
portrayed by nast as a partner of general -- excuse me, george washington as a symbol of national idealism. this is a cartoon from later in which nast asserts a kind of multi-facetted diverse ethnic identity. he creates a table presided over by uncle sam in which the important trats that look down are abraham lincoln, george washington and ulysses s. grant. you get a sense of what nast believed it meant to be an american and of the best in american leadership. not everyone, of course -- and i should say that nast participated very fully. one of the things that cemented this position for lincoln was lincoln's untimely death, and it seems to have been one of the first instances in which nast channelled his artistic talents into mourning, which he would do many times in the years to come. it helped him to see lincoln in a way slightly different from the way he saw grant, that is to see him as a father to the nation but also a father whose absence made his position even more important, even more powerful. not everyone is a hero, naturally. somebody has to be batman. for nast, it was a
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2017 11:13am EDT
abraham lincoln. he was also portrayed as a partner of george washington as a symbol of idealism. this is later when nast asserts a diverse national american identity. and creates this table in which the portraits on the wall that look down on the sell brants are abraham lincoln, george washington and grant. you get a sense how these men became to be symbols of what nast believed it was to be an american and to be the best american loeadership. lincoln's untimely death cemented this for nast. it was one of the first instances he channelled his artistic talents to mourning. and it helped him to see lincoln in a way different than he saw grant. that is to see him as a father to the nation but also a father whose absence made his position even more important, more powerful. so not everyone is a hero naturally. somebody has to be batman. and for nast this was andrew johnson among other people. you may recognize the image on the right. nast delighted in making fun of president johnson as a villain nous fool. if there was something he did not lay at johnson feet i would like to know what it
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)