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academic +‎ -ism

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  • R.A., the representative of Academicism and officialism -- at the opening of the School of Art for workmen on October 29th, 1858.

    The Life of John Ruskin

  • This sketch of their implications explains why Philo's innovations were decisive enough to startle his contemporaries and, eventually, to lead to the doxographical classification of his version of Academicism as a distinct ˜Fourth Academy™ (see e.g. Sextus

    Philo of Larissa

  • R.A., the representative of Academicism and officialism ” at the opening of the School of Art for workmen on October 29th, 1858.

    The Life of John Ruskin

  • 'A' Jugendstil ',' Modernismo ", etc.. that was a style that contrapuso the prevailing Academicism but did not apply to him.

    Pastor John - Christianity

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