Artcriticism-writing, arthistory-writing, and artwriting

Carrier, David
September 1996
Art Bulletin;Sep96, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p401
Academic Journal
Focuses on the two modes of writing about visual art. Artcriticism-writing; Arthistory-writing; Artwriting.


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