Seeing and Beyond: Essays on Eighteenth- to Twenty-first Century Art in Honor of Kermit S. Champa
Deborah J. Johnson, David Ogawa, Kermit Swiler Champa
Peter Lang, 2005 - Art - 490 pages
Art historians will be the main audience for this group of essays dedicated to the celebrated Professor Champa (d.2004, art history, Brown U., Providence, RI). The topics of the essays reflect Champa's own areas of work; Impressionist painting, 19th-century historiography, and the relationship of music to works of art. Individual topics include the
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