Table of contents for The artist and the state, 1777-1855 : the politics of universal history in British & French painting / Daniel R. Guernsey.

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List of figures											 vi
Acknowledgements										 xii
Introduction											 1						
Chapter One: Universal history and Protestant dissent in eighteenth-century England: 
James Barry¿s The Progress of Human Knowledge and Culture, 1777-1784		 12			 
Chapter Two: Degenerate civilization in France: Eugène Delacroix¿s library murals 
in the Palais Bourbon, 1838-1847								 67									 
Chapter Three: Universal history and the French left: Paul Chenavard¿s Social Palingenesis, 
1848-1851								 111
Chapter Four: Rousseau¿s Emile and social palingenesis in Gustave Courbet¿s 
The Painter¿s Studio, 1855						 140
Epilogue: The legacy of universal history						 168
Notes											 176
Bibliography									 250
Index												 270

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Painting, French -- 19th century.
Mural painting and decoration, English -- 18th century.
Art and history -- France -- History -- 19th century.
Art and history -- England -- History -- 18th century.
Painting -- Political aspects -- France -- History -- 19th century.
Painting -- Political aspects -- England -- History -- 18th century.