Art critics and criticism in nineteenth century America
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  • Stillman, William James, -- 1828-1901.,
  • Cook, Clarence, -- 1828-1900.,
  • Art criticism -- United States.,
  • Art critics -- United States -- Biography.

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Statementby John P. Simoni.
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Paginationix, 549 leaves :
Number of Pages549
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22083085M

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