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Eye Witness: Artists and Visual Documentation in Britain 1770-1830

  title={Eye Witness: Artists and Visual Documentation in Britain 1770-1830},
  author={Sam Smiles},
The testimony of the eyes material evidence - delineation as knowledge recording the Gothic - art and information ordering the realm - costume books and social understanding the working scene and the visual arts Turner's challenge - perception and the creation of meaning. 
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