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Fintan Cullen

Portland, OR, Irish Academic Press, 2000, p. vi. An 1890s’ photograph showing the Sikh guns in the rotunda of the Dublin Museum of Science and Art is in the Lawrence Collection, National Photographic Archive, National Library of Ireland, Dublin. 3 For Wheatley’s paintings see Fintan Cullen, Visual Politics. The Representation of

in Cultural identities and the aesthetics of Britishness
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Monuments, memorials and their visibility on the metropole and periphery
Xavier Guégan

to convince populations that there was a ‘right’ to colonise. The two imperial powers thus sought to legitimise their newly established colonial structures by different means: visual ones, the erection of monuments, statues and memorials, were part of this ‘project’. Three practices of architectural visual politics were envisaged: firstly, the conservation and restoration of

in Sites of imperial memory