'Derelictions of Contentment': On the locus amoenus in nineteenth-century landscape painting

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'Derelictions of Contentment' : On the locus amoenus in nineteenth-century landscape painting. / Lock, Charles.

Mutating Idylls: Uses and Misuses of the Locus Amoenus in European Literature, 1850-1930. red. / Carsten Meiner. New York : Peter Lang, 2019. s. 135-157 (Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature, Bind 139).

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Lock, C 2019, 'Derelictions of Contentment': On the locus amoenus in nineteenth-century landscape painting. i C Meiner (red.), Mutating Idylls: Uses and Misuses of the Locus Amoenus in European Literature, 1850-1930. Peter Lang, New York, Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature, bind 139, s. 135-157.

APA

Lock, C. (2019). 'Derelictions of Contentment': On the locus amoenus in nineteenth-century landscape painting. I C. Meiner (red.), Mutating Idylls: Uses and Misuses of the Locus Amoenus in European Literature, 1850-1930 (s. 135-157). New York: Peter Lang. Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature, Bind. 139

Vancouver

Lock C. 'Derelictions of Contentment': On the locus amoenus in nineteenth-century landscape painting. I Meiner C, red., Mutating Idylls: Uses and Misuses of the Locus Amoenus in European Literature, 1850-1930. New York: Peter Lang. 2019. s. 135-157. (Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature, Bind 139).

Author

Lock, Charles. / 'Derelictions of Contentment' : On the locus amoenus in nineteenth-century landscape painting. Mutating Idylls: Uses and Misuses of the Locus Amoenus in European Literature, 1850-1930. red. / Carsten Meiner. New York : Peter Lang, 2019. s. 135-157 (Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature, Bind 139).

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