LIBRARY SHELF: The Social History of Art

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The Social History of Art: Volume 1 (

ICI Shelf: Art History

First Line: “The legend of the Golden Age is very old.”

Last Line: “’For the Middle Ages, which from the very outset did not lay the emphasis on the personal genius of the artist but on the craftsmanship involved in artistic creation, the mechanization of production was not so difficult to reconcile with the nature of art as it is for the modern age and as it would have been for the Renaissance if the medieval tradition of craftsmanship in art had not kept its conception of genius within comparatively narrow bounds.’”

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Accession #: ICI-02497

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