Inventing Assyria: Exoticism and reception in

Bohrer, Frederick N.
June 1998
Art Bulletin;Jun98, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p336
Academic Journal
Discusses the significance of several ancient Assyrian artworks in England and France. `The Fall of Nineveh,' by John Martin; `The Death of Sardanapalus,' by Eugene Delacroix; `The Meeting,' by Gustave Courbet.'


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