All posts tagged "nineteenth century"
Blessed Among Nations: How the World Made America by Eric RauchwayJanuary 18, 2020
Academics often say that there are two ways to use history: As a means to understand...
An Interview With Scott ZeschJanuary 3, 2020
"It seems to have been universal throughout North America. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, abductions...
Art for a New Gilded AgeDecember 23, 2019
Museums are designed – and public museums are mandated – to act as the stewards of...
Rembrandt and Degas: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkMarch 6, 2012
But before he retreated into his private realm of race horses and ballet dancers, Degas was...
Book Review: The Last Pre-Raphaelite: Edward Burne-Jones and the Victorian ImaginationFebruary 29, 2012
It was at Oxford University that Burne-Jones found divine beauty and William Morris. They shared a...
Book Review: Verdi and/or Wagner: Two Men, Two Worlds, Two Centuries by Peter ConradNovember 28, 2011
Perhaps, the best way of approaching Conrad’s book is to regard it primarily as a meditation...
Madness and Mesmerism: Charles Deas RevisitedNovember 14, 2011
Put as simply as possible, Matthews thought he was being tortured and his thoughts disrupted by...
Book Review: Charles Dickens: A Life by Claire TomalinNovember 6, 2011
The happiness was not to last. More Scrooge than Bob Cratchit in some respects, he was...
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