Artists, Patrons and Public: An Enquiry into the Success of the Group of Seven

  title={Artists, Patrons and Public: An Enquiry into the Success of the Group of Seven},
  author={Douglas Cole},
  journal={Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d'{\'e}tudes canadiennes},
  pages={69 - 78}
  • D. Cole
  • Published 1978
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d'études canadiennes
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