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The indignant eye; the artist as social critic in prints and drawings from the fifteenth century to Picasso, by Ralph E. Shikes.


Boston, Beacon Press [1969] .
ISBN 0807066702, 0807066710, 9780807066713, 9780807066706

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Subjects Caricature -- History.
Caricature.
Grafische kunst.
Maatschappijkritiek.
Social problems in art.
Tekenkunst.
Description xxviii, 439 pages illustrations 26 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes "Notes and bibliography": pages 407-430.
Contents Prologue : the first stirrings of protest -- The artist against the Church establishment : the sixteenth century -- The artist, the peasant and war : the seventeenth century -- Interlude -- The English artist as social or political critic : from Hogarth to Cruikshank -- Goya -- The French Revolution and the Restoration : prologue to the nineteenth century -- Daumier and his contemporaries : France, 1830-71 -- France and Belgium after the commune : from Pissarro to Rouault -- Germany after 1871 : Kollwitz, Beckmann, Grosz, Dix -- The United States since 1870 -- Protest art in Mexico -- Epilogue : social protest in art today.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)22960
(OCoLC)ocm00022960
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WorldCat Identities Shikes, Ralph E.
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