The social history of art

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

User Review  - Chris Tempel - Goodreads

These Hauser books are remarkably well written and highly recommended by me (esp. for anyone studying older literature.) He sets class into motion in an analysis of art that peruses the French ... Read full review

Contents

THE SPIRITUALITY OF EARLY CHRISTIAN
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MAGIC AND NATURALISM
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ANIMISM AND GEOMETRISM
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