A Myth Of Midridge

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ADDRESS BY STUART EBORALL RIGOLD, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S

the artists that worked within the atmosphere of the myth, down to the eighteenth century and beyond, it is typified by those more or less interchangeable names for it, all beginning 'Re-', rebirth, revival, renewal. There can be neo-Gothic and to those outside the myth, neo-Classic, but there cannot logically be neo-Renaissance. It is 'neo'

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