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Island to Empire: 300 Years of British Art…
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Island to Empire: 300 Years of British Art 1550-1850

by Ron Radford

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0730830144, Hardcover)

The important book surveys Britain's art tradition from the British Renaissance in the mid-16th century as the country became the center of the civilized world. With the prohibition against t the religious imagery that is basic to European art, the British developed a down-to-earth perspective, a confidence and an individualism

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