The artist's cause at heart: marion Harry Spielmann and the late Victorian art world

@article{Codell1989TheAC,
  title={The artist's cause at heart: marion Harry Spielmann and the late Victorian art world},
  author={Julie F. Codell},
  journal={Bulletin of the John Rylands Library},
  year={1989},
  volume={71},
  pages={139-163}
}
  • J. Codell
  • Published 1989
  • Art
  • Bulletin of the John Rylands Library
Marion Harry Spielmann was one of the most prominent and powerful figures of the late Victorian art world. Editor of The Magazine of Art for seventeen years (1887-1904), he was also art critic of The Graphic, art editor for Black and White (which he helped to found), and critic of The Daily Graphic, The Pall Mall Gazette, London Illustrated News, Westminster Gazette, Morning Post. He published essays on art education and museum administration in Contemporary Review, Nineteenth Century, The New… Expand
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