Nineteenth-Century Theories of Art (California Studies in the History of Art) by Joshua Charles Taylor

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Written in English

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  • Theory of art,
  • Art

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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages575
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Open LibraryOL7708840M
ISBN 100520048873
ISBN 109780520048874

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