University of California Press (1999), 208 pages
This work discusses the art of Gustave Courbet in the years directly after the 1848 revolution, showing how complex Courbet's intuition of the social and political issues of the time really was, and how appropriate were the pictures he painted for the Salon of 1851.
208 p.; 9.5 inches
0520217454 / 9780520217454
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