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

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"There is no question that this well-written and well-organized book is a boon for the history of German art and for art history in general. It revives a forgotten but rich discussion by focusing on the role of exhibitions, journals, and leading critics of the time, and on the social aspects of the making and distribution of the era's art, including art by women."--Ekkehard Mai, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum--Foundation Corboud, Cologne

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