The Sister Arts: The Tradition of Literary Pictorialism and English Poetry from Dryden to Gray  

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The Sister Arts: The Tradition of Literary Pictorialism and English Poetry from Dryden to Gray (1958; Chicago and London: U. of Chicago Press, 1987) is a book by Jean H. Hagstrum. It explores the connections between visual art and poetry.

Hagstrum defines his most important term (literary pictorialism) as a description "which must be imaginable as a painting or sculpture."

Some editions have Saint Cecilia with an Angel by Orazio Gentileschi (1563–1639) on the cover.





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