The Social History of Art: Naturalism, Impressionism, The Film age

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Vintage Books, 1951 - Art - 1022 pages
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A four volume study which relates the aesthetic achievements of particular historic periods to the social environments which encouraged and influenced them

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Review: The Social History of Art: Volume 4: Naturalism, Impressionism, The Film Age (The Social History of Art #4)

User Review  - Victoria Caudle - Goodreads

It was a very comprehensive, if jam-packed and fast-paced, overview of modern art history. It had a distinctively communist/socialist slant to the research and not all findings were without bias. All in all, an interesting read. Read full review

Review: The Social History of Art: Volume 2: Renaissance, Mannerism, Baroque (Historia social de la literatura y del arte #2)

User Review  - Lazarus P Badpenny Esq - Goodreads

For those who believe that art - and therefore man - is a product of its time, this series is an eloquent and breathtakingly erudite necessity. Read full review


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