Lost and Found: Nineteenth-Century Women Illustrators and Cartoonists, ed. Joanna Devereux (review)

text by Dorota Osińska Within the recent scholarship concerning visual arts in nineteenth century Britain, there is a growing interest in the relationship between creativity, economy, and gender. Frequently, this research concerns the Arts and Crafts Movement (and its different manifestations in England, Scotland and Ireland), the Pre-Raphaelites or late-Victorian Aestheticism. In contrast, Nineteenth-Century Women […]

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