The Art of Thomas Cole: Ambition and Imagination (Book)

Evans, Dorinda
September 1991
Art Bulletin;Sep91, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p495
Book Review
Reviews the book `The Art of Thomas Cole: Ambition and Imagination,' by Ellwood C. Parry III.


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