University of California Press (1999), Edition: Revised, 224 pages
This text shows how certain artists tried to cope in the years following the 1848 French revolution. Concentrating on four particular artists who had little in common, the book shows how they were affected by the events of the time, and discovers links between their work and the Second Republic.
224 p.; 9.5 inches
Original publication date
0520217446 / 9780520217447
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