THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN. VOLUME 7. VICTORIAN BRITAIN. (FIRST PUBLISHED AS THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO THE ARTS IN BRITAIN: THE LATER VICTORIAN AGE.)


347 pp, 10" H. Bound in full dark blue cloth with title and shield in gold on spine. B&w illustrations and colour plates. Contents: General Introduction; The Later Victorian Age (The reign in review / Tendencies and trends); Architecture; The Public Park; Literature; The Drama of Wilde and Pinero; New Homes for Barons and Artisans; Fine Arts; The City of Glasgow; Design, Craft and Industry; The Eisteddfod; Music; Clowns and Augustes; Further Reading and Artists' Biographies; Index. Book is Fine.

Title: THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN. VOLUME 7. VICTORIAN BRITAIN. (FIRST PUBLISHED AS THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO THE ARTS IN BRITAIN: THE LATER VICTORIAN AGE.)

Author Name: Ford, Boris, ed. Asa Briggs, John Summerson, Jacques Carre, John Holloway, George Rowell, John Nelson Tarn, Peter Fuller, Andor Gomme, Gillian Naylor, William Price, Michael Kennedy, Roly Bain, Norman Vance.

Categories: British History, Literary Reference, Science & Technology, Music & Dance, Art - General, Architecture/Interior Design,

Publisher: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press for The Folio Society: 1995

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: No Jacket - (as issued)

Seller ID: 29883

Keywords: Victorian Era, Nineteenth Century Britain, Late-Victorian, Victorianism, Trends, Population Growth, Wealth, Cities, Countryside, London, Communications, Politics, Political Change, Culture, Cultural Change, Education, Forster Act, Arts, Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Architects, Richard Norman Shaw, Industry, Commerce, Public Parks, Literature, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, Robert Browning, Thomas Hardy, Anthony Trollope, Henry James, Drama, Theatre, Oscar Wilde, Pinero, Houses, Fne Arts, Pre-Raphaelites, Pre-Raphaelitism, George Frederick Watts, Alfred Gilbert, Victorian Sculpture, Glasgow, Design, Crafts, Industry, MacHine Age, Pugin, Great Exhibition, Gottfried Semper, Christopher Dresser, Commercial Design, John Ruskin, william Morris, Eisteddfod, Wales, Music, Walmisley, Wesley, Opera, Concerts, Grove, Prince Albert, Churches, Matthew Arnold, Paintings, Painting, Arts and Crafts, Birmingham, Thomas Carlyle, Class, Textiles, Crystal Palace, Furniture, Economy, France, Gilbert and Sullivan, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Industrialisation, Leeds, frederick Leighton, Manchester, John Stuart Mill, Music Festivals, Newspapers, Periodicals, Walter Pater, Patronage, Poetry, Politics, Religion, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Royal Academy of Art, Science, Society, Styles, arthur Sullivan, Technology, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Queen Victoria, Clowns.,