First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Richard Brillant'Art History Through the Camera's Lens effectively explores the dependent relationship between photography and art history from their beginnings in the nineteenth century, a relationship that also made possible the development of connoisseurship, lectures with paired lantern slides, the critical history of images, and the art book.'.
Egbert Haverkamp-Bergemann'These essays provide a most welcome historical assessment of fundamental aspects of the photography of art.'.
Glenn G. WillumsonAn important first step in the interrogation of photography as a formative influence within the discipline of art history....A much-needed and welcome addition to the study of photography and its seminal influences on contemporary and historic practices.
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