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The meaning of art de  Herbert Read  

The meaning of art
de Herbert Read


Edición: 1954
Tomos: 1
Medidas: 11,1 x 18,1 cm
Estado: Muy Bueno
Género: Novela en Inglés - Otros géneros
Peso: 200 gramos

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Sir Herbert Read, the son of a farmer, was born in 1893 near Kirbymoorside, Yorkshire, and was at the University of Leeds when the first World War broke out. He served as an Infantry officer in France and Belgium, and gained the D.S.O. And M.C. After the war he held various posts in the Civil Service, including a ten years'' period in the Victoria and Albert Museum, where he specialized in ceramics and stained glass. In 1931 he became Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Edinburgh. He was Clark Lecturer, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1929 - 1930, Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry, Harvard University, 1953 - 1954, A. W. Mellon Lecturer in Fine Art, National Gallery, Washington, 1954, and is an Hon. D. Litt. University of Leeds. In 1933 he was Editor of the Burlington Magazine. He is a Director of the Design Research Unit. His publications include: Collected Poems, The Green Child (a romance), Annals of Innocence and Experience (autobiography), The Sense of Glory, Reason and Romanticism, A Coat of Many Colours, Wordsworth, In Defence of Shelley, The Meaning of art, Art Now, Art and Society, Art and Industry, The Politics of the Unpolitical, Poetry and Anarchism, Education Through Art, The Grass Roots of Art, Phases of English Poetry, The True Voice of Feeling.

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