`Les Prolos Vagabondent': Neo-impressionism and the anarchist image of the Trimardeur

Hutton, John
June 1990
Art Bulletin;Jun90, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p296
Academic Journal
Examines the anarchist depiction of the vagabond during the Neo-Impressionist movement. Utilization of the anarchist icon of the tramp; Origins of the anarchist image of the vagabond; Depiction of the vagabond as social victim.


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