Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art and the Intertextual Traces of English Romanticism

Paul Gladston and Lynne Howarth-Gladston discuss material similarities as well as resonances of signified meaning and affect between MONA and sites constructed for socially elite audiences during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries as part of English romanticism.

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