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Cultural and Industrial History of the State of Indiana: Panel X—Parks, the Circus, the Klan, the Press

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Description: Artists on the Left: American Artists and the Communist Movement 1926–1956
~This chapter analyses the models of revolutionary art current in the Third Period, drawing mainly on New Masses and Art Front, the magazine of the Artists’ Union of New York. To simplify somewhat, these magazines represent respectively the standpoints of the ‘proletarian and proletarianized’ artists and the artist fellow-travellers.
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Related print edition pages: pp.25-46
https://doi.org/10.37862/aaeportal.00025.006

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