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Reginald Howard Wilenski (7 March 1887 – 19 April 1975) was an English painter, art historian and critic known for his books The Modern Movement in Art (1927), The Meaning of Modern Sculpture (1932), and his psychological study of John Ruskin (1933).

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[London] : Faber, [1950-53]
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