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Book Description

Hardback. 407pp. A combined cultural and urban history of the Yorkshire woollen town and assessment of the Victorian artist and political thinker John Ruskin. Ruskin visited and lectured in the town, and the pre-Raphaelite and Victorian aesthetic is considered in local art and architecture. An unusual and innovative study casting new light on both Ruskin and Bradford. Small selection of black and white plates. Book is clean, square and tight. Dust wrapper is slightly sunned to spine with a small tear to lower edge.
Author Hardman, Malcolm
Date 1986
Binding Hardback
Publisher Manchester University Press
Condition Very good copy in good+ dust wrapper

Price: £26.00

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