Samuel Raybone read History at Durham University before completing an MA and PhD in the History of Art at the Courtauld Insitiute of Art. His doctoral research centred on Gustave Caillebotte in the context of late nineteenth-century class and labour politics, bringing to light his myriad labours and the complexities of his class-bound alienation. His wider research connects Impressionism, Naturalism and Post-Impressionism to the wider sphere of visual culture. Samuel teaches at the Courtauld Institute and Oxford University.
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