The vulgarization of art : the Victorians and aesthetic democracy /
In this major reinterpretation of the Victorian Aesthetic Movement, Linda Dowling argues that such classic works of Victorian art writing as Ruskin's Stones of Venice or Morris's Lectures on Art or Wilde's Critic as Artist become wholly intelligible only within the larger ideological...
University Press of Virginia,
|Series:||Victorian literature and culture series.
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