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Art

Page history last edited by Dr. Kaston Tange 11 years, 1 month ago

Victorian texts added to this page can focus on any aspect of the arts--painting, illustrations, sculpture, fabric arts--although political cartoons should be placed on the Politics, Laws and Parliament page. Texts may include examples of art, reviews of Royal Exhibition shows, Letters to the Editor commenting on a particular piece of art or exhibit...and so on.

 

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Art Table of Contents

 

Sample Format

"Title," Sally M. Author, Original Place of Publication, volume.issue number (date): page numbers.

"Cousin Marshall." Harriet Martineau, London: Charles Fox, 67, Paternoster-Row (1832): 84-87.   

 

 

 

Useful Art-Related Links

 

This is a great place to put links to sites with illustrations. ''Please use the Victorian Studies Websites page to link to pages that offer many different types of content''.

 

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