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Radical Victorians: Race, Labor, Identity

Event information

January 20, 2022

Location
The Frick Art Museum and Online
Description:
A major conference offering new responses to questions raised by Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement and showcasing lively research and original thinking about the significance of Victorian art, design, and theory. Organized by The Frick Pittsburgh, the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University, and Yale University. A detailed schedule will be made available closer to the conference dates.
Radical Victorians: Race, Labor, Identity
John Everett Millais. The Blind Girl (detail), 1856. Oil on canvas. 31 13/16 x 21 in. Presented by the Rt. Hon. William Kendrick, 1892. © Birmingham Museums Trust. Courtesy American Federation of Arts.
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