ART: FOR WHOM AND FOR WHAT? Brian Keeble.

ART: FOR WHOM AND FOR WHAT?

Golgonooza, 1998. First printing. At a time when the inadequacy of modernism has become apparent, the author returns to the challenge of the English radical tradition of thought (Blake, Cobbett, Carlyle, Ruskin, Morris, Gill and others), with its critique of the industrial - now post-industrial - way of life. Through a series of highly original studies of several major English artists and craftsmen, anbd by adressing key themes that relate to the spiritual, cultural and environmental crisis that now confronts us, the author offers a positive development of the radical perspective. Paperback in new condition. Item #15301

169 pages.

Price: $16.00

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