WORK SIGHTS: The Visual Culture of Industry in Nineteenth-Century America
Through the examination of popular as well as fine art--news illustrations and paintings of American machines, workers, factories and technical innovations--Schulman illuminates an evolving tension between the perception of technology and industry as rational, logical, and systemic on the one hand and as essentially unknowable, strange, or irrational on the other.
Size: 6x9¼ inches
Item #: 4699823
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