TITLE

ART UNDER PLUTOCRACY. A LECTURE DELIVERED AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, OXFORD, 14TH NOVEMBER 1883. JOHN RUSKIN IN THE CHAIR

AUTHOR(S)
MORRIS, WILLIAM
PUB. DATE
January 1910
SOURCE
Collected Works of William Morris, Vol. 23;1910, p164
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents a reprint of the article "Art Under Plutocracy. A Lecture Delivered at University College, Oxford, 14th November 1883. John Ruskin in the Chair," by William Morris which appeared in the February and March 1884 issue of "To-Day." It discusses the issues as to what hindrances may lie in the way towards making art what it should be in England. It explores the real state of art beyond those matters which are consciously works of art in the country.
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66243673

 

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