Art for the Nation: Exhibitions & the London Public, 1747-2001

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In the first half of the eighteenth century the only galleries in which to view art were the homes of the upper classes. That art had a highly exclusive audience. How did the exhibition of art in England evolve from the private to the public? What were the debates? Who assumed responsibility for allowing the general public into once private spaces? How did the press cover the crowds who came to view the art? How were patrons found for new institutions and how were they convinced to fund them? In short, how did art ...

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