"Pre-Modernism by J. M. Mancini is . . . a beautiful, thoughtfully designed book. . . . It is written by a historian venturing into one of the most hotly contested areas of art history--the origins of modernism. She does so with considerable verve and the result is a fascinating exploration of the American art world in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries."--Ludmilla Jordanova, The Historical Journal

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