A history of art in Alberta, 1905-1970
The book provides, for the first time a comprehensive coverage of the development of art in Alberta from 1905 to 1970. This book tells how the inique conditions of time and place impacted on ALbert's artists, forging their self-reliance and tremendous individualism. it tells what Alberts's art was rather than what it wasn't.
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