Diderot on Art: The salon of 1765 and Notes on painting

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Yale University Press, 1995 - Art - 250 pages
This book presents 'The Salon of 1767', the longest and most extravagantly inventive of Diderot's art-critical texts. It explores many questions which remain of compelling interest - the relationships of nature and culture, invention and convention, language and the visual, power and image.

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