The Social History of Art, Volume 4
V.1. Prehistoric times, Ancient-Oriental urban cultures, Greece and Rome, The M iddle Ages. v.2. Renaissance, Mannerism, Baroque. v.3. Rococo, Classicism, Roma nticism. v.4. Naturalism, Impressionism, The Film Age.
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THE GENERATION OF 1830
THE SECOND EMPIRE
THE SOCIAL NOVEL IN ENGLAND AND RUSSIA
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