Some evangelical roots for Hebert's Toujours et jamais

Lindsay, Suzanne Glover
December 1992
Art Bulletin;Dec92, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p619
Academic Journal
Argues that Hebert's `Toujours et jamais' is a generic vanitas based upon an `ancien regime' evangelical passage. Critical discussions; Poetic allusions.


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