Professor Lionel Gossman of the Department
of Romance Languages and Literature explores
the goals, motivations, and achievements of the so-called
"Nazarene" artists of the early nineteenth century,
and offers some thoughts on how they came to be sidelined
in the narrative of the history of art. Internationally acclaimed
in their own time, the Nazarene artists are scarcely known
to the museum-going public in most Western countries today.
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