ART IN HUMAN AFFAIRS by Norman C. eler

ART IN HUMAN AFFAIRS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In almost outline form, this is a student-teacher book that briefly points out the part art has played in man's development, covering functions, principles, experiment, creative production, artistic talent, and art in contemporary human affairs. Specialized, it makes the point without excessive verbiage, that art has its function in man's life beyond more museum-housing. Plenty of challenge here for layman and for expert.

Pub Date: Jan. 26th, 1942
Publisher: Whittlesey House