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Art for All?: The Collision of Modern Art and the Public in Late-Nineteenth-Century Germany

Art for All?: The Collision of Modern Art and the Public in Late-Nineteenth-Century Germany

Art for All?: The Collision of Modern Art and the Public in
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Art for All?: The Collision of Modern Art and the Public in Late-Nineteenth-Century Germany Hardcover - 2003

by Lewis, Beth Irwin

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Princeton University Press, 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good+/Very good+. Bright, clean VG+ copy, jacket and book free of all marks. Jacket in protective mylar. Book/jacket with some small bumps and scrapes on the bottom edge. Scarce in hardcover
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Beth Irwin Lewis is Adjunct Professor of Art at The College of Wooster. She is the author of George Grosz: Art and Politics in the Weimar Republic and coauthor of Persuasive Images (both Princeton).