Art and Labor (American Civilization)
This book is a historical inquiry into the dependence of art on labor, that is, into the social and economic forces of production through which creativity develops. "The craftsman ideal," based on the example of the English art critic John Ruskin and his disciple William Morris, was a reaction against industrialization, urbanization, modernization.
Specifications of Art and Labor (American Civilization)
|Publisher||Temple University Press|
|Number Of Pages||294|
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