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Link Archives hub

Enables the user to search across a wealth of archives held at over 220 institutions in England, Scotland and Wales. Covers arts and humanities,...

Art, Humanities, Social sciences, Science, Technology, Health & hygiene, Life sciences, Use of historical sources, History view
Document David Hume, 'On the Standard of Taste'

Passages essential for the assignment are marked in bold.

18th century, Art, beauty, David Hume view
Course Introduction to Philosophy

An introduction to important philosophical questions such as: Do we need a state? What is happiness? Who should I try to make happy? What is art?...

Art, God, reasoning view
Link National Gallery Archive catalogue

The National Gallery Archive containing records of the Gallery's activities from its foundation in 1824 to the present day

Painting, Art view
Link The Bible and the visual imagination

The Bible and the Visual Imagination is a research centre based in the University of Wales, Lampeter's Theology and Religious Studies Department....

Bible, Abrahamic Faiths, Art, Wales, annunciation view
Document The Female Artist in the mid-Victorian Period: Emily Mary Osborn’s Nameless and Friendless (1857) and the 1859 Petition to the Royal Academy, Adrienne McKenna

The 1857 painting by Emily Mary Osborn titled ‘Nameless and Friendless’ and the 1859 petition to the Royal Academy to provide tuition to female...

Victorian Culture, Gender, Art, 19th century view
Link The Great Exhibition, 1851

Resources concerned with the Great Exhibition of 1851 at Crystal Palace in London, including watercolours of the Great Exhibition, eye-witness...

Victorian, 19th century, Art, Industry, London, History view
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