Art for the Nation: Exhibitions and the London Public, 1747-2001

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Manchester University Press, 1999 - 314 sider
Art first became public in Britain through a series of interlocking relationships between national galleries, patrons, collections of art, and sections or classes of the population as a whole. This study concentrates on London, and analyzes the formation of the major national art institutions at its geographical and managerial centre.
 

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the National Gallery
29
South Kensington to St Martins Place
67
the Millbank Tate
100
an extension at the Tate Gallery
132
Arts Council LCC and ICA
167
the Hayward Gallery
203
Bankside and beyond
237
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