Montmartre and the Making of Mass Culture

WEISBERG, Gabriel P. (Editor)
New Brunswick: 2001

Stock Code: 003213

Essays demonstrating how and why Montmartre became a breeding ground for what today is termed popular culture and the ways in which specific artists or groups created images that reflected the environment in which they lived.

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Montmartre and the Making of Mass Culture
Includes Index. Plain dark blue cloth covers, gilt title on spine

Condition: Very Good, a few slight marks on covers.

Book Publishing Details
Editor: Gabriel P. Weisberg (1942-)
Illustrator:
Full title: Montmartre and the Making of Mass Culture
Publisher: Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick
Year Printed: 2001
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Dust Jacket: No
ISBN 10: 0813530083
ISBN 13: 9780813530086
Language: English
Category: History
Size: 260mm tall
Pages: xvii, 296
Stock Code: 003213
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Keywords: Art History, France, popular culture, social history France, Basilica of Sacre-Coeur, Anarchy, Bohemia, Chat
Noir’s Theatre, D’ombes, Third Republic, Willette, Commune, Cabarets Artists, women in art, Andre Gill,
Moulin de la Galette,

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Weight 0.98 kg