Some articles on london, london routledge:
... Millet, London Oresko Books, 1977. 53-88 Mary Cassatt, London Jupiter Books, 1980 Artists mythologies and media genius, madness and art history, in Screen XXI/3, 1980, pp ... Old Mistresses Women, Art and Ideology, London Routledge Kegan (Griselda Pollock with Rozsika Parker), 1981 ...
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