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This is the first book to discuss the intersections between Victorian literature, painting and photography. It examines in detail the art theory of Ruskin, the early poetry of William Morris, paintings of the Pre-Raphaelites and nineteenth-century photography, from the perspective of contemporary developments in the understanding of visual perception. Lindsay Smith shows h This is the first book to discuss the intersections between Victorian literature, painting and photography. It examines in detail the art theory of Ruskin, the early poetry of William Morris, paintings of the Pre-Raphaelites and nineteenth-century photography, from the perspective of contemporary developments in the understanding of visual perception. Lindsay Smith shows how photography had wider and more radical implications for other disciplines in the nineteenth century than has previously been thought, and demonstrates the need for understanding Victorian culture in an interdisciplinary context.


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This is the first book to discuss the intersections between Victorian literature, painting and photography. It examines in detail the art theory of Ruskin, the early poetry of William Morris, paintings of the Pre-Raphaelites and nineteenth-century photography, from the perspective of contemporary developments in the understanding of visual perception. Lindsay Smith shows h This is the first book to discuss the intersections between Victorian literature, painting and photography. It examines in detail the art theory of Ruskin, the early poetry of William Morris, paintings of the Pre-Raphaelites and nineteenth-century photography, from the perspective of contemporary developments in the understanding of visual perception. Lindsay Smith shows how photography had wider and more radical implications for other disciplines in the nineteenth century than has previously been thought, and demonstrates the need for understanding Victorian culture in an interdisciplinary context.

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