The Englishness of English art

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Praeger, 1956 - Art, British - 208 pages
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Item consits of an introduction and 54 plates.

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Review: The Englishness of English Art: An Expanded and Annotated Version of the Reith Lectures Broadcast in October and November 1955 (Penguin Art & Architecture)

User Review  - Frank Stein - Goodreads

Any book on national characteristics can quickly degenerate into stereotypes and easy cliches, and this book does have a few of those, but overall the author is able to draw some fascinating insights ... Read full review

Review: The Englishness of English Art: An Expanded and Annotated Version of the Reith Lectures Broadcast in October and November 1955 (Penguin Art & Architecture)

User Review  - Goodreads

Any book on national characteristics can quickly degenerate into stereotypes and easy cliches, and this book does have a few of those, but overall the author is able to draw some fascinating insights ... Read full review

Contents

Hogarth and Observed Life page
20
Engraving from The Four Stages of Cruelty p
33
The Morning after a Party p
34
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