In 1934, the young generation of British artists and intellectuals was determined to replace Roger Fry's and Clive Bell's formalism and favored a new season of the artistic avant-garde, critical of the interests of Bloomsbury Group. So, Bell published a new book to offer a new approach to the experience of art thanks to a new critical method.

Why Do They Go to the Pictures? Clive Bell and the New “Home” Audience

TROTTA, Antonella
2017-01-01

Abstract

In 1934, the young generation of British artists and intellectuals was determined to replace Roger Fry's and Clive Bell's formalism and favored a new season of the artistic avant-garde, critical of the interests of Bloomsbury Group. So, Bell published a new book to offer a new approach to the experience of art thanks to a new critical method.
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