John Ruskin (1819–1900)
A Joy For Ever (And Its Price In The Market)
Being the substance (with additions) of two lectures on the political economy of art, delivered At Manchester, July 10th And 13th, 1857.
From Project Gutenberg. Ruskin argues that good art cannot be made cheaply; should not be made cheaply; and that there is something wrong with cheap art.
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