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Art Patrons and Public

This series is a forum for books on the history of art which include as part of their subject the public and the patrons for whom art was created or by whom it was appreciated and assessed. The books in the series will adopt a variety of approaches and methods and will be tied to no particular period, and many will cross disciplinary boundaries to appeal to scholars beyond art history.

: Francis Haskell, University of Oxford; Nicholas Penny, National Gallery, London

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