The Wanderers and Critical Realism in Nineteenth-Century Russian Art

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Manchester University Press, Oct 31, 2006 - Art - 202 pages
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This is the first critical analysis of the Wanderers from an art historical perspective. Through close readings of single canvases, investigations of major themes and a multi-disciplinary integration of the Wanderers within Russian society, this book gives the first comprehensive analysis of the crucial cultural role played by one of the most successful and genuinely popular schools of art, the legacy of which comprises a fascinating panorama of life and thought in pre-revolutionary Russia.

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David Jackson is Head of School and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds.

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