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Mainstreams of Modern Art by John Canaday
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Mainstreams of Modern Art

by John Canaday

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  VSCRedMillArt | Feb 9, 2019 |
Very understandable text on modern art. Meaningful because it wasn't over my head. ( )
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A study of painting and sculpture of the 19th century, covering its major movements and incorporating its 18th century precedents and early 20th century developments.

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