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|Named Person:||Walter Crane; Walter Crane|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Morna O'Neill; Walter Crane
|Description:||viii, 296 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm|
|Contents:||Machine generated contents note: 1. Art Reborn: Renaissance of Venus and The Fate of Persephone --
2. A Fly in the Web of Arachne: Europa, Craft, and the Origins of Art --
3. "As a Heroic Atlas": Labor and the Portability of Art --
4. Pandora's Box: The "Sphinx-Riddle" and the Politics of Decoration --
5. Sleeping Beauty: Freedom, Aestheticism, and Allegory.
"O'Neill's well-crafted study restores the intellectual complexity of Crane's paintings as well as his aestheticism and his participation in the Arts and Crafts movement. It adds a significant