What Happened to Tenth Street?
From 1858 to 1962, 10th Street was a Critical Artery; Where Did it Go?
“Women felt faint. Both men and women succumb[ed to the dizzying combination of terror and vertigo that they recognize[d] as the sublime. Many of them will later describe a sensation of becoming immersed in, or absorbed by, this painting, whose dimensions, presentation, and subject matter speak of the divine power of nature.”1
The contemporary accounts of…
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