The Voyage of Life as Popular Art

Wallach, Alan
June 1977
Art Bulletin;Jun77, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p234
Academic Journal
Offers information on the paintings of Thomas Cole called 'Voyage of Life.' History of the paintings; Interpretations of the paintings; Description of the paintings.


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