The First Modern Museums of Art

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In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, the first modern, public museums of art—civic, state, or national—appeared throughout Europe, setting a standard for the nature of such institutions that has made its influence felt to the present day. Carole Paul discusses the relationship among the various museums and their evolution from private noble and royal collections to public institutions. Image courtesy of Carole Paul.

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