The Painter of Modern Life and Other Essays
"Charles Baudelaire, the nineteenth-century French poet and writer, has also been called 'the father of modern criticism'. This stimulating volume gathers together some of his most celebrated critical writings."--Amazon.
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The Painter of Modern Life i
The Life and Work of Eugene Delacroix
His Life and Works
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