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The New Path

The New Path was a short-lived but significant journal published in New York by the Society for the Advancement of Truth in Art. The society and its journal espoused the aesthetic principles of John Ruskin and the English Pre-Raphaelite movement. The journal is of interest for its content and provides an example of one of the earlier art journals published in the United States. (Description courtesy U-Wisconsin Library.)

Publication History

The New Path ran from May 1863 to December 1865.

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