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Art made modern: Roger Fry's vision of art

Roger Eliot Fry, Christopher Green, Courtauld Institute Galleries - Art - 1999 - 224 pages
In the early 20th century, Roger Fry defined what made art modern in America and Britain.
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Roger Fry: a biography

Virginia Woolf - Art - 1976 - 303 pages
Fry's childhood, years at Cambridge, married life and career as painter, art critic, and celebrated lecturer are carefully portrayed
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Roger Fry, Art and Life

Frances Spalding - Art - 1980 - 304 pages
Traces the career of the nineteenth-century English art critic and painter, who associated with the Bloomsbury group, Picasso, and Bernard Shaw
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Art and the Market: Roger Fry on Commerce in Art

Roger Eliot Fry - Art - 1999 - 222 pages
Roger Fry, a core member of the Bloomsbury Group, was involved with all aspects of the art market as artist, critic, curator, historian, journalist, advisor to collectors, and ...
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Last Lectures

Roger Eliot Fry - Art - 1939 - 370 pages
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