Victorian Arts: Victorian Material Culture, Volume VI

Kate Nichols (Editor), Victoria Mills (Editor)

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Abstract

From chatelaines to whale blubber, ice making machines to stained glass, this six-volume collection will be of interest to the scholar, student or general reader alike - anyone who has an urge to learn more about Victorian things. The set brings together a range of primary sources on Victorian material culture and discusses the most significant developments in material history from across the nineteenth century. The collection will demonstrate the significance of objects in the everyday lives of the Victorians and addresses important questions about how we classify and categorise nineteenth-century things. This volume on ‘Victorian Arts’ will include sources on painting sculpture, book illustration, photography and the much-neglected area of Victorian stained glass.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages612
VolumeVI
ISBN (Electronic)9781315400266
ISBN (Print)9781138225329
Publication statusPublished - 14 Jul 2022

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