Neil McWilliam

 
Neil McWilliam is Professor of History of art at the Duke University, North Carolina. He is the author of A Bibliography of Salon Criticism in Paris from the July Monarchy to the Second Republic, 1831-1851 (1991), Monumental Intolerance. Jean Baffier, A Nationalist Sculptor in fin-de-siècle France (2000), and co-editor, with June Hargrove, of Nationalism and French Visual Culture, 1879-1914 (2005).
 
Neil McWilliam - L\'esthétique de la réaction - Tradition, foi, identité et l\'art français (1900-1914)
2021
French edition
Les presses du réel – Art History – Works in society
forthcoming
A study that explores the complex relationship between nationalism, traditionalism and the critique of modern culture in France in the decades preceding the First World War.
Neil McWilliam - Rêves de bonheur - L\'art social et la gauche française (1830-1850)
2007
French edition
Les presses du réel – Art History – Works in society
A thoroughly investigation of the social role of art articulated by the French left during the July Monarchy and Second Republic.


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