The Popularization of Images: Visual Culture Under the July Monarchy

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The portentous, eighteen-year period (1830-1848) in the history of French revolutions known as the July Monarchy was circumscribed by the rule of Louis Philippe d'Orleans and was characterized by the political and social ascendancy of the bourgeoisie. Accompanying this brief and transitional stage was a phenomenal increase in printed media, especially in all forms of culture with a visual component. The nine essays that constitute this collection, gathered from social historians and art historians, address the formation and ...

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