The place of sculpture in daily life / by Edmund Gosse ; edited with an introduction by Martina Droth ; afterword by David J. Getsy.
- Chicago, Illinois : Soberscove Press, 2016.
- Physical Description:
- 86 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
- Reference LibraryNB467.5.N48 G67 2016 (LC)Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Includes bibliographical references.
"Often cited but never before reprinted, Gosse's essays sought to demystify sculpture and to promote its patronage and appreciation. Martina Droth's introduction and commentary contextualize the essays in their era, providing insight into the world of late-Victorian sculpture. David J. Getsy's afterword connects the essays' themes to the present, offering a resonant perspective on the sculpture of today."--Back cover.
- Subject Terms:
- Sculpture, British -- 19th century.Sculpture, Victorian -- Great Britain.
- Edmund Gosse and sculpture in daily life / Martina Droth
- The place of sculpture in daily life / Edmund Gosse
- Afterword: Toward a practicable sculpture / David J. Getsy.