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The Grosvenor Gallery A Palace of Art in Victorian England by Dr. Susan P. Casteras

The Grosvenor Gallery A Palace of Art in Victorian England

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The Grosvenor Gallery A Palace of Art in Victorian England by Dr. Susan P. Casteras

London's Grosvenor Gallery opened in 1877 as an alternative to the Royal Academy. Although it only existed until 1890, it advanced the careers of many progressive artists. This work comprises essays exploring critical aspects of the gallery, such as the significance of its social ambience.

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Publication date

3rd June 1996


Dr. Susan P. Casteras

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Yale University Press


224 pages


History of art & design styles: c 1800 to c 1900
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