Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, 1940. Hardcover. Good. xiv, 323 pp + illustrations, with index. Hinges cracked and repaired with tape by previous owner, bookplate, previous owners' signatures on front endpaper; light general wear to boards, spine lettering faded; contents clean. No dust jacket. A social history of art education, with six chapters on Da Vinci to the Accademia di S. Luca, Baroque and Rococo, Classical Revival, Mercantilism, and Academies of Art, the Nineteenth Century, and the Revival of Industrial Art and the Artist's Education. (Inventory #: 1789)
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