The Grosvenor Gallery Exhibitions: Change and Continuity in the Victorian Art World
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The Grosvenor Gallery was the most progressive exhibition space of the Victorian age. The paintings and works of art shown there - by Burne-Jones, Watts, Whistler and a host of other figures associated with the aesthetic movement - challenged artistic convention and were the cause of virulent debate about the means and purpose of modern art, while the very existence of a g...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published September 28th 2004 by Cambridge University Press
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